I refuse to believe that summer is over, but there is a decided shift in the feeling this past week. It's cooler and a bit rainy, and everywhere but here in Vancouver, students are going back to school.
I always feel a renewed sense of discipline at this time of year. I spent part of the Labour Day weekend cleaning my studio, putting everything back in its place. Now when I walk in to my workspace, I'm ready to work. I've got a number of things on the go:
Art Classes Start Sep 8th:
"Dipping Into Watercolors" - a four-morning workshop for absolute beginners or those wanting to strengthen their basic watercolor skills. All materials provided. Starts Monday Sep 8th at Creekside Community Centre. There is another 2-day session starting Sep 18th at Hillcrest Community Centre.
"Wow These Are Watercolors?!!" -a four-week course in watercolor, mixed media, and creative process starting Tues Sep 16th at Creekside Community Centre.
Check my website for more information and links to register.
I'm digging in to a new series of work about things hidden beneath the earth. Drop by for First Saturday Open Studios to get an early glimpse, or check out the exhibit at Gibsons Public Art Gallery in April 2015.
I look forward to seeing you in the studio or in class!