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 Tristram Lansdowne,  Beacon  2012, 20.5x22 inches, 2013

Tristram Lansdowne, Beacon 2012, 20.5x22 inches, 2013

Intergenerational Watercolour Painting Workshops.

a cultural hotspot SPARK project in partnership with the city of toronto.

A series of innovative and creative intergenerational watercolour painting workshops bring seniors together with youth to explore opportunities for independent and collaborative creative discovery.  This workshop will be led by the Canadian artist Tristram Lansdowne.

Tristram Lansdowne was born in 1983 in Victoria, British Columbia. He has a multidisciplinary art practice, which includes watercolour, sculpture, installation and print, and is focused on themes related to landscape and architecture. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries across North America and in the UK.  He was a semi-finalist in the 2011 RBC Painting Competition and in 2013 his work was acquired by the National Gallery of Canada.  In 2016 he received an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.

When:  July 3 -7 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Where:  Main Street Library, 137 Main St.
Free.

 
 

Beginner Watercolour Painting (for adults).

Beginner Watercolour Painting Workshop (for Adults)
200.00

Instructor: Tristram Lansdowne

Dates: Tuesday evenings (May 22nd, 2018 to June 19th, 2018)

Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Location: Beach United church, 140 Wineva Ave

Beginner watercolour painting will cover the basics of this fun painting medium.  Working from a still life, participants will develop their observational skills and learn basic painting techniques such as colour mixing, layering, washes and dry brush.

About the Instructor

Tristram Lansdowne was born in 1983 in Victoria, British Columbia. He has a multidisciplinary art practice, which includes watercolour, sculpture, installation and print, and is focused on themes related to landscape and architecture. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries across North America and in the UK.  He was a semi-finalist in the 2011 RBC Painting Competition and in 2013 his work was acquired by the National Gallery of Canada.  In 2016 he received an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.