Monday, April 7, 2014

CANADA PLEIN AIR PAINTING ADVENTURE 2014

Canada plein air painting adventure in Quebec

A Quebec Painting Adventure!

Paint in inspiring BAIE-SAINT-PAUL and the Charlevoix region

COME PAINT IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE GROUP OF SEVEN

Dates: June 8th -14th 2014

Come paint the enchanting Charlevoix region of the Laurentians where A.Y Jackson, Clarence Gagnon and Rene Richard painted. Put your brush to work and capture the landscapes favored by Group of Seven. Experience a place where the light is of a magical quality with a backdrop of dramatic mountains, aquamarine waters and picturesque farms.
Course description: This is a one-week workshop (Sunday to Friday) a full 5 days of painting and instruction.This workshop will focus on plein air painting outdoors. We will work on location every day, weather permitting. There will also be time for lecture information and demonstrations. We will focus on several key points throughout the week: understanding and simplifying shapes while balancing warm and cool colors, laying down a foundation quickly while creating focal points and developing the overall painting. Creating atmospheric perspective and composition development will also be addressed and there will be plenty of individual attention. Daily demonstrations are provided on how to see shape and light values to paint all your subjects. In the evenings the group will meet for critiques – to share information and view each others accomplishments. Maximum enrollment is 15.
Materials: this workshop will be for those artists working in watercolor, acrylic or in oil paints, since Andrew works in all three mediums. Andrew focuses on giving individual attention to all students therefore empty out all your old paint boxes and bring various art supplies for a greater artistic experience in a highly supportive and creative atmosphere.
Supply lists available upon request.

Subject: rural Quebec, farms, ocean scenes, Quebec City and many other scenic and historical sites.
Hotel: L’Auberge de nos Aïeux,
Located 800 ft above the St-Lawrence River, is L’Auberge de nos Aïeux, a year round hotel-motel.From the village of “Les Éboulements”, L’Auberge offers its guests an exceptional panorama of the river and the north shore capes.The home of Over 60 artists and their studios.
The inn is only 110 km east of Quebec City on road 362, halfway between le”Massif de la Petite-Rivière” and “Mont Grand-Fonds” ski centers.
The Auberge offers 12 rooms and 40 motel units, which are air-conditioned with color TV’s, and an outstanding view on the Saint-Lawrence River and the Isle-aux-Coudres. A large dining room allows you to discover delicious Canadian cuisine.
Wireless high-speed Internet available in all units.
Internet available at the Auberge
The Auberge has a studio and pool for our use.
Cost: 129/day per person including 3 – 4 star meals a day.
Total / week including taxes and workshop fee is approximately 1300.00

To book your magical week of painting contact Andrew at ahamilton@sl.on.ca or 1-647-297-4278 for details.

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OUR CANCELLATION POLICY
Each workshop has a minimum and maximum number of participants. Occasionally a workshop will be cancelled if minimum registration is not met. In this event, you will be notified four weeks prior to the start of the workshop, and you may choose to register for another workshop, receive a full refund or receive credit for a future workshop. Registrants who cancel up to 4 weeks before the workshop date will receive a refund, less $100 administration fee. Cancellations made later than 4 weeks before the workshop date will be refunded only if the space can be filled. Cancellations will not be credited or refunded after the workshop starts.

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