This workshop is offered to watercolourists who wish to present their artwork without glassed frame. As well as to artists who have been using other mediums and just wish to use watercolour but feared size limits and/ or the dreaded glassed framing.
Diane demonstrates the manner of preparing watercolour paper in order to stretch it over a canvas and/or a prepared wooden frame. She will also demonstrate how you can re-point your corners if need be. A watercolour demonstration on paper will follow. The participants are welcome to prepare and paint their own artwork during the day-workshop, and are encouraged to bring their own subject material. Diane will show how to treat the artwork once it is painted and completely dried. If the artwork of the participants is not fully dried, they will be able to easily continue the process at home using the method and products Diane recommends. She will be available throughout the day, to offer advice and tricks to achieve a watercolour without glass.
Diane is thankful to Stephen Rothwell from Canada and to all artists who have been using and exploring this glass-free framing method for their watercolours. I should mention that quite a few artists from Europe and Asia have been using the non-traditional framing and have taken advantage of it particularly as a selling point.
Location: Loblaws College Square Cooking School, 2nd Floor
Date: June 1 2019, 9:00-4:00pm
Fee: $20 payable by Paypal online, or by cheque to OWS, mailed to 4 Beaver Ridge, Ottawa, K2E 6C7
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Registration will be limited to 16 and on a first come first served basis.
For registration information contact Jane Barlow at : email@example.com
3/18/2019 03:40:46 pm
Is this event open to non-members of OWS? I would like to participate.
3/23/2019 08:43:27 pm
Hi Linda, Yes this is for members.
3/25/2019 11:17:03 am
Whoops I made a mistake. It is for members and non members for the same price.
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The Ottawa Watercolour Society is a non-profit art association comprised of professionals, hobbyists and interested supporters of the watercolour medium.