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24-A211 Explorations in Acrylic Landscape – David Shkolny and Will Truchon

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Instructor: David Shkolny
Course Date: April 29, 2024 to May 17, 2024
This course takes place from 1:10 PM to 3:30 PM:
Monday to Friday

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Learn the fundamentals of painting Alberta landscapes in acrylic from two instructors! The first eight days, with David, focus on the basics of blocking out shapes, colour mixing, using negative space, and exploring different brush strokes from prairies to mountains. The second seven days, with Will, build on those skills and also delve into impressionism, and bolder palettes of post-impressionism and pointillism. This class is focused on beginner or intermediate level of skill.

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Instructors:  David Shkolny & Will Truchon

David Shkolny, BFA, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, has been painting Alberta landscapes for almost 40 years and finds the prairies an endless inspiration. He has public art commissions at the University of Alberta Hospital and Fort Saskatchewan City Hall. David has taught drawing and painting for 22 years in Alberta, British Columbia and, most recently, Italy. He has had a studio in Edmonton for the past 12 years.

Will Truchon, MFA Ohio State University, MA (Architecture) University of Calgary, has been an artist and teacher for over 40 years, with experience as administrator, technician, artistic director and production manager. Among his artistic interests are architecture, industrial and graphic design, film and music. From 1997 to 2007 he was a partner of the Hot Pot Studio that designed and distributed hand-painted tableware to Western Canada. From 2001 to 2007, he was Artistic Director of The Works Art and Design Festival showcasing quality art in Canada and abroad.

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