Join Heidi R. Burkhardt as she teaches oil stick landscape painting.
This workshop will show and offer an analysis of examples of landscapes painted on location with oil sticks. Heidi will discuss the advantages of this medium. The workshop includes a 1-hour demonstration of the medium and techniques, and participants should bring images to make a composition of their own on canvas.
If you would like to SIGN UP for this workshop, please do so by June 14, 2019.
OAA Members $65 | Non-OAA Members $75
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About the Instructor:
Heidi Burkhardt has been painting en plein air on road trips around our glorious country’s wilderness for decades. Starting at a young age, from that venerable tradition of Canadian Landscape Painting, she has established her own style of working using oil sticks on location to get a spontaneous response to the never-ending variety of exciting land forms. This linear medium has kinship with the lino- and woodcuts she also feels compelled to make, inspired by the drama of textures that meet the roving eye.
Heidi’s grand landscapes hang in the Legislative Buildings of the Government of Ontario, and in many corporate and private collections, both locally and internationally.
She is a reputable member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, the Ontario Society of Artists, and the Arts & Letters Club of Toronto.
For more information about Heidi and to see her work, visit her website at heidiburkhardt.com