- Session: Nov 25th & 26th
- Time: 9am – 1pm
- Instructor: Steve Chmilar
- Experience: All welcome
- Supplies: Please see supplies list
- Ages: 16+
- Cost: $168
This two-day intensive will show you how to capture the photographic look of a glass or metal object with oil paint. On the first day we will dive straight into mixing paint and blocking in the general colours of our reference image. On the second day, we can work right back into the wet paint to finish any final adjustments. Realism can be easy when you know the simple time-tested process.
Steve Chmilar is one of Canada’s foremost New Contemporary painters. Since his debut show at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria in 2011, he has painted full-time by selling his work internationally to private collectors. In 2012, he won best in show at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibit (Canada’s largest juried exhibition) and Prix De La Meilleure Oeuvre (Prize for Best Work) Mtl en Arts in Montreal. Please view Steve’s bio in the instructors tab for more information.
Please note: We maintain small class sizes to ensure a personalized and welcoming environment. Each student will have their own table to create on in a large, well lit 900 sq ft studio with lots of natural light studio.