Check out the exciting workshops and exhibitions coming up.
Our next Juried Art Show is titled ‘Faces of the Peace’ to be held at the NPCC in FSJ from June 10th to July 9th, 2022. Our artists celebrate the people, iconic places, seasons and wildlife of the Peace Country of BC and Alberta!
Currently we have 3 Workshops open for registration – Open to the General Public and members
JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTING with Laura Boswell, AREVia ZoomSaturday, May 14th
9:00am to 11am PST ( British Columbia)
10am to 12am MST (Alberta)Registration Fee – $60
Peace River Chapter FCA members – $50
Open to artists of all levels! Open to the General Public!
Laura Boswell is a printmaker from the UK working with linocut, woodblock and traditional Japanese woodblock printing. She has a degree in Art History/ Visual Art from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth and is elected to the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers.
Laura has attended printmaking residencies in Japan, studying woodblock printmaking with master craftsmen. She is the published author of ‘Making Japanese Woodblock Prints’ which was published in 2019 and her second book ‘Linocut and Reduction Print, Design and Techniques’ is due out in early 2022. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT LAURA Visit https://www.lauraboswell.co.uk
INTRODUCTION TO PLEIN AIR PAINTING with Gaye Adams, SFCAVia ZoomTuesday, May 31, 2022
6:00pm PST – 8:00pm PST
Registration Fee – $60
Peace River Chapter FCA members – $50 The workshop will be an Introduction to Plein Air and will cover:
- Required gear for plein air
- Planning for painting outdoors
- Demo and/or slide presentation on catching the light in landscapes
Great for anyone new to plein air as well as experienced plein air painters.
PLEIN AIR PAINTING with Gaye Adams, SFCA
Saturday and Sunday, July 16-17, 2022
Location: near Ft. St. John, BC
Set-up at 9:30am; workshop starts at 10:00am – 4:00 pm PST with a
break for lunch
Registration Fee – $200
Peace River Chapter FCA members – $180
This workshop will focus on students developing a process for tackling the landscape in situ, so that a painting can be started and completed within one two-hour session. Gaye will talk about planning a painting on location, composition and editing down a plethora of information before us into a workable plan. Each day will begin with a demo, then students will work on their own paintings and will be coached individually. TO