Vancouver Island Wolf in Watercolour – with Richard Wong (Sep)
September 7, 2019
Saturday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Please register by August 31, 2019
Instructor: Richard Wong
Join us for an entertaining day and learn how to create a ‘Wolf’ painting on Japanese art paper. This is the Vancouver Island Wolf, a subspecies of the Grey Wolf. This is the first in a series of workshops for this fall at the Coast Collective.
All levels are welcome. Beginners are encouraged. (Art Supplies: bring your own per our list below, OR rent a kit in class for an additional $5.00. Some supplies are available for purchase.)
Richard Wong is a professional wildlife artist/instructor with international credentials. His classes are relaxed, fun and fully supported.
Richard’s previous series “Birds of Vancouver Island”, was a sell out success and we are happy to have him back to offer his popular and exclusive wildlife series this fall with “Animals of Vancouver Island”.
Contact Richard if you have any questions: email@example.com
Bring all your watercolours if your are bringing own supplies or contact the instructor closer to the workshop date for specific colours.
– Artist quality colours recommended. Instructor uses artist quality Winsor Newton paints (tubes).
– Mixing palette, medium and fine Chinese brushes or western brushes, masa paper (1/8th sheet or 8×10″)
– Pencil, kneadable eraser, white paper towels, rinse container
Learn more about Richard: www.richardwongwatercolors.ca
Workshop entrance on Wale Rd
Parking beneath building