Thompson Nicola Shuswap Chapter of the FCA

Lalita Hamill (June 20 and 21, 2020)

Lalita Hamill

40 Stroke Paintings: Focus on Brushwork

 

When:                  Saturday, June 20 and Sunday, June 21, 2020; 10am  to 4pm with ½ hour for lunch

 

Location:             Hal Rogers Centre (2025 Summit Drive, Kamloops)

 

Fee:                       $175.00 for TNSC Members; $225.00 for non-members

 

Registration:      TNSC members only until May 1st, then open to non-members

                             https://tnsc.ca/courses/view/id/2182

 

Course description:

Learn techniques to create a clean, expressive, confident painting and reduce the amount of ‘mucking about’.  Through a series of demos followed by exercises, Lalita will guide participants through 40-stroke studies that will inform participants on how to mix colour, leave marks alone, and create effective edges. Photos and subject matter will be provided. Appropriate for all oil or acrylic mediums, and will be geared toward those with some painting experience.

Supply list and photo references to be supplied closer to the workshop date and to registered participants.

Bio:

Lalita Hamill is a sought-after instructor and juror who specializes in contemporary realism, especially of figures, still life and landscapes.  She attended the Vancouver Academy of Art for four years, where she studied traditional painting methods from classically trained instructors.  Lalita is a Signature member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, and an Associate Member of Oil Painters of America.  She has been teaching for over 30 years, facilitated public monthly critiques for 10 years, and developed a Foundations of Painting atelier course, which has been attended by 21 students per week in her studio for over four years.  She is accomplished in oils, acrylics and watercolour, and specializes in art assessment and jurying.

Lalita has a degree in Philosophy and English, and is also a writer, musician, & facilitator.  I paint to gently awaken in myself and others that which has been lost, hidden, or buried.  - L.C. Hamill  

Visit www.lalitahamill.com  

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