Make It Pop!
Colour Theory and Application Workshop
February 8 - 9, 2020
Understanding colour theory is critical to your success as an artist — regardless of your skill level. In this workshop you’ll learn the science and art of using colour. You’ll learn how to use the colour wheel properly to create pleasing compositions, including working with complementary colours and analogous colours. You’ll learn to mix primary, secondary and tertiary colours to expand your artistic expression. Don’t miss it!
Saturday, February 8 | 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday, February 9 | Noon to 4 p.m.
Location: Leir House Cultural Centre - 220 Manor Park Avenue, Penticton BC
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Lyse Deselliers was born and raised in Quebec City. Her early career focused on working with animals - first as a veterinarian, and later, after relocating to Alberta, with wildlife and companion animals. All along she pursued her interest in painting, taking night classes at the Alberta College of Art and studying three years with Karen Swearengen at the Swinton’s studio. Lyse also joined the Federation of Canadian Artists and the Canadian Institute of Portrait Artists and regularly participated in group shows, did commissions and displayed her work in a number of galleries.
Lyse moved to Penticton, BC in 2016, and has continued to deepen her skill and talent. Her paintings are easily recognizable because of the vivid colours she loves to use and modern treatment of her subjects. Working with acrylic, she likes experimenting with texture, mixed media and light dancing on surfaces.
See more of Lyse’s work on her website at www.deselliers.ca.