(Cancelled) The Sea in Me: Mixed Media Drawing

Registration

Registrations for this workshop are now closed.

Michael Peters
Wednesdays, January 13 – March 24, 2021
6:30pm – 9:00pm

This workshop has been cancelled. 

One of art’s oldest subjects – The Sea – is the framework for this new drawing course, designed to explore one’s connections between the sea, nature, history and culture.

Using a variety of artist’s tools, media and techniques, including: charcoal, dry-pastels, graphite, watercolour and acrylics, India-ink, collage and more, participants will develop artwork through a series of simple, studio-based exercises designed to explore the fundamental principles and elements of observational drawing, such as: line, texture, perspective, tone and colour, composition and unity. From whales to waves and sharks to shipwrecks, this course is for people of all ages, and all skill levels, who like to draw!

Please Note: No class will be held on Wednesday, March 17 (March Break). 

Materials provided.

Michael Peters

Michael Peters is a practicing visual artist and a retired design professional living in Nova Scotia.

His work spans over four decades of interdisciplinary creative experiences involving: drawing, painting, photography, graphic and environmental design, 3-D design and teaching at a variety of  scholastic levels. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree ‘77 (painting and photography) from Mt Allison University, and a Master of Design degree ‘012 from NSCADU (with a focus on participatory design). He was a full-time professor at Sheridan College, teaching courses in art and design, and has enjoyed teaching classes at the LSA since 2018.

In addition to his work as a design educator, Michael was a design professional at the Royal Ontario Museum and with prominent Canadian design firms involved the development of international museums and galleries, corporate identity programs, web and print communications and wayfinding / signage programs for a range of cultural, corporate and government groups and organizations.