Draw, Paint, Create with Todd Tremeer
October 6 – 27, 2021
Wednesdays, 6:00 – 9:00 pm. 4 week session. On Zoom.
Schedule subject to change due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
Explore the craft of drawing and painting with artist Todd Tremeer. Apply the rules of perspective, light, shade and texture to make original art at home through online instruction.
Instructor Summary: Use and combine your favorite art tools: pencil, ballpoint pen, pencil crayon and watercolor paint. Learn to select the best tool for the job. Pencil is best for careful linework; charcoal and watercolor is good for fast dark shading. Discover how and why pencils come in different hardnesses. Each 3 hour session will balance between short focused skill-building exercises and one or two sustained multi-week ‘long drawings’. To take advantage of online learning, look for U-tube links and jpgs in your email a few days prior to each online session. Through these links I’ll show you historical artists technically or creatively related to the week’s lesson. I’m also eager to share favourite online documentaries related to specific artists and their creative process.
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Member Cost: $85.00
Non Member: $110.00
Registration is a two-step process:
1. Fill out and submit the online version of the General Program registration form by clicking the “Register online” button.
2. Pay online using the appropriate “Buy Now” button.
If you would prefer to register offline, please email A Gift of Art or call us at 905-987-2264.
Members cost: $85
Non-Members cost: $110
Meet your instructor
Todd Tremeer is a painter, printmaker and freelance art curator. He graduated from OCAD and its Florence, Italy program. He has taught art and art history in the schools, at various colleges, university and at public galleries. Todd has exhibited across Canada, in the United States, Italy, France and China. Major Awards and grants include: Joseph Plaskett Painting Prize (2007), Best Watercolourist: Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition(2008, 2009, 2011), numerous Canada Council and Ontario Arts Council grants. His historically themed murals can be found throughout downtown Bowmanville…