Looking Ahead at 2017
I’m just starting to wrap up what has been a very, very busy year (I will reflect more on that in another post). In addition to working on the last painting for the Intersection Art Project I have a number of exciting things coming up in the New Year!
In January, I have the amazing privilege of painting for the Airdrie Mayor’s Night of the Arts award show. Last year, I was chosen to be the FortisAlberta Professional Artist of the year at this same event, so the chance to perform is very exciting for me. Tickets can be found here.
In the spring, I will be taking my instructing on the road to the Kelowna Art Gallery for a weekend workshop on basic linocut printmaking. This will be on April 1st and 2nd and the two day format will give us lots of time to experiment and play with technique– you can register for it here.
Also on the road to Gallery 204 in Langely BC on May 6th and 7th where I will be holding two workshops: Basic Linocut Printmaking on Saturday and on Sunday, a special Mother's Day printmaking class for kids! These can be registered for here.
The registration opens on December 15th for an exciting one day “Taste of Printmaking” workshop for Red Deer College’s Summer Series on July 22nd. This is will be a fun, full, fast paced day of learning for sure! You can find out more here.
There are some other events being planned as well that I will you know about as they become finalized. Looking forward to the fresh start of a new year!
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