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Contemporary Portraits with: David Goatley

Wed. March 6th - Wed. March 6th Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery Ladysmith BC (All Ages)
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Mar. 7, 2019 9:30am
Mar. 8, 2019 9:30am
Join this three day fascinating journey in paint that will take you to a whole new level! Painting ala prima (from life) using a live model, we will explore concepts of composition, warm & cool palettes, how to use edges to create focus, color mixing, materials and supports.

This workshop is for those who are comfortable with the basics of portrait painting such as the proportions of the head and who are comfortable drawing. There are demonstrations every step of the way. With clear step-by-step, hands-on instructions, a wealth of technical tips, continuous demonstrations, and personal instruction at each student’s easel, David will show students how to approach the challenges of portraiture with confidence. Questions are encouraged at all times.

Workshops are all about learning from each other and having fun while doing it!

David Goatly, SFCA is a distinguished international portrait painter with clients in Europe, the United States and Canada. David's rich and expressive oils, tell the stories of his subjects with insight and depth, from national leaders to business people, fellow artists, families and children and they places they live.

Register through Ladysmith Parks Recreation & Culture -- 250-245-6424 or online at http://www.reccowichan.ca

Bring your lunch & snacks
Materials list can be found on David's website, the Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery Website or on our Facebook page for the event.

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David Goatley (Oil Portraiture)

DAVID GOATLEY SFCA is widely recognized as one of the North America's leading portrait painters. Born in London, England in 1954 he received his initial training at London’s Camberwell School of Art. Returning to painting after a highly successful sixteen year career in advertising, David developed rapidly under the mentorship of Johnny Jonas,... more info
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