BRUSHES AND BEVVIES

We hear you!

We get asked about classes all the time, so we are proud to introduce Brushes and Bevvies. These art sessions designed for even the very inexperienced to come away with their own great little artpiece. Fun and informal, relax with a glass of wine or San Pelegrino in an inspirational environment, and try something new! Perfect for a girls night out or team building groups.*

No experience required!

*Pre-payment in advance is required to secure your spot in the class.Cancellation fees apply.

 

Brushes and Bevvies Art Classes at Art Alchemy Courtenay BC

Fluid Acrylic Pour Painting Maggie Ziegler Art Alchemy Courtenay BC

POUR ME ANOTHER ONE

THREE SESSIONS TO CHOOSE FROM:

September 13th 6:30 – 8:30

September 27th 6:30 – 8:30 

October 11th 6:30 – 8:30 

$60/person All materials provided

Wildly popular on Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube, fluid acrylic pour painting is messy good fun and we are excited to offer a taste of it to you. We will pour two pieces of art (9″ x 12″) using two popular techniques. Come and try something fun and different!

*Finished piece will vary. Please wear old clothing! Same content in each session

Instructor: Maggie Ziegler

Class Registration:

Minimum: 4 people

Maximum: 6 people

Quasar Tree by Helen Utsal aRtist at Art Alchemy Studio Courtenay BC

REACH FOR THE SKY!

THREE SESSIONS TO CHOOSE FROM:

September 20, 2018 6 – 8 pm

October 25, 2018 6 – 8 pm

December 13, 2018 6 – 8 pm

$65/ person All materials provided

Paint a tree from the view of looking up.

Join Helen Utsal in her studio as she walks you through the process of making your own tree painting!

I will show you how to paint with acrylics and use different drawing and painting materials, to help you achieve a feeling you like in your unique tree painting. While all of the sessions will be focused around the same objective, I will keep each of these sessions a bit different, so they could be taken in succession.

No experience is necessary.

*Finished piece may vary. 

Instructor: Helen Utsal