Master Artist Seminar
October 13 2017 - October 18 2017
Join master wildlife painter Robert Bateman to explore ideas and techniques that make successful paintings.
Learn how to foster creative ideas as the basis for a strong works of art; participate in slide presentations and discussions; talk about Robert’s work; watch him demonstrate the creation of a painting explaining the subtleties of its execution; discuss the history of art, focusing on principles you can apply in your own work; learn techniques that will enable you to faithfully capture your concept and express your vision. Although not an art studio class, tips on technique will be in abundance.
Bring images of one or two of your own works in digital format for discussion and gentle critique, plus your camera to photograph beautiful Cortes Island for references to use in your artwork.
Robert Bateman is a renowned Canadian naturalist, painter and spokesman for environmental issues. His realistic painting style, featuring wildlife in its habitat, encourages examination of the natural world. The subject of numerous books and films, his honours and awards include Officer of the Order of Canada, 3 schools named after him, and 13 honorary doctorates.
For registration please visit hollyhock.ca or call 800 933 6339
Please note that this event takes place on Cortes Island at Hollyhock, not at the Robert Bateman Centre.