Beginner Watercolour Classes with Julieta Cortes

Wednesday, February 12, Wednesday, March 11, and Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Wednesdays. 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. 3 sessions.

Schedule subject to change due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

Join Julieta as she introduces basic watercolour techniques and colour mixing while painting a step by step project per class. Great things begin with a solid foundation.

Member Cost: $90.00
Non Member Cost: $115.00.

Materials included.

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: $90

Non-Members cost: $115

 

Julieta started painting in Acrylics at the end of 2012 , however following a watercolour class in 2013, fell in love with this medium. It is a challenging medium but very rewarding. In the majority of her work she tries to capture a sense of light. She takes pictures during morning walks and photographs of birds and still life at home, but flowers are her favourite subject.
Julieta belongs to the Oshawa Artist Association, and participated on the 50th Anniversary Juried Show as well as in a collective project “La Loteria Mexicana Reinterpretada” along with 54 other artist from nine different countries. Julieta’s card was #19 La Garza. The complete project was exhibited in Huelva, Spain and in Mexico, Michoacan and Mexico City. Since 2015 she has participated on the Peony Festival in Oshawa where public vote for the artwork, and placed second in 2016. Julieta has participated as a vendor during the festival since 2016. Her art work “Kissed by the Sun” was featured on the Peony Festival’s Postcard. Her art work “Cold ONE” entry for the ONE Condoms “Do it for Canada” contest was a Staff Pick Winner in 2017.

Last year Julieta started facilitating a class for beginners in watercolour at the Bowmanville Older Adult Association where she teaches basic watercolour techniques and colour mixing while painting a step by step project per class and at the Bowmanville Creek Retirement Home.

Always looking to improve her skills, Julieta continues taking lessons and workshops with local artists and online courses.

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