Date(s) - 03/19/2021
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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Boundary Bay is one of the favourite places for residents living in the Greater Vancouver area. It has everything: a sandy beach, the ocean, a bird conservation area, bike trails, hike trails, and a beautiful wild atmosphere. Elena Nahum Leroy, your instructor, painted a scenery of that magnificent place, and now you have a chance to paint a similar one in acrylic, with wide brushstrokes and balanced colours.
Students are expected to provide their own supplies in order to participate. Art supplies can be purchased at Opus.
- Stretched primed canvas or thick paper (16″x20″)
- Any artist’s brand acrylic paint (not dollar store): Titanium White, Primary Yellow/Yellow Medium, Primary Red/Red Medium, Alizarin Crimson/Madder Lake/Carmine, Ultramarine, Black, Phthalo/Prussian Blue/Primary Blue, Sap Green/Chromium Oxid, Phthalo Green/Emerald Green, Yellow Ochre/Golden Ochre/Raw Sienna, Burnt Umber/Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna
- Synthetic brushes: Round brush No. 2 or No. 3, Flat brush No. 5 or No. 6, Flat brush No. 10 or No. 12
- Flat Palette (or cardboard wrapped in foil)
About the Instructor:
Elena Nahum Leroy was born and spent most of her life in St. Petersburg, Russia – a city of artists, ballet and music. In 2009, Elena moved to Canada and settled down in Vancouver. The same year, Elena opened an art studio: RUSART Fine Arts Co. Being a professional artist, Elena is proficient in almost every 2D medium, including oil, watercolours, acrylic, and pastels. Also, she is a professional jewelry maker and restorer. In 2020, Elena also launched her own product line of hand-made mediums and paints, made in BC, Canada.
Sponsored by Opus