Have an idea you have always wanted to paint? Great! This is the class for you.
Working alongside high realism painter Ian Bodnaryk, you will explore the versatile and exciting world of acrylics. Choose your own photograph of a subject then learn the techniques and principles needed to create a beautifully rendered realistic painting. Due to time constraints, portraits are not realistic expectations for this course.
This is a two-part workshop. Part 2 takes places on Sunday, April 14 from 10:00-4:00 pm. Note that the registration fee is for both dates.
If you would like to SIGN UP for this workshop, please do so by the deadline: April 6, 2019.
OAA Members $100 | Non-OAA Members $120
Have a question? Contact us. We are more than happy to assist you with any questions you might have regarding any workshops at Gallery 67.
About the Instructor:
Canadian born artist Ian Bodnaryk has been painting with acrylics for over 25 years. During the beginning of his career he was influenced primarily by the natural world. His early paintings reflected this and consisted mostly of landscape elements. Today his interests are constantly evolving, though his main focus is the still life genre. His paintings most often feature an everyday item portrayed in an emotionally charged way.
Ian's artwork has been purchased internationally and can be found in several private collections around the world.
Learn more about Ian and his work by visiting his Facebook page at https://facebook.com/ibodnaryk/