JUNE 23 & 24, 2018 | 10:30 am – 4:30 pm | 16+
INSTRUCTOR: LORI GOLDBERG
SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
EARLY BIRD (until May 1st)
$225 Arts Whistler Member
$275 Arts Whistler Member
Explore, experiment, and create. Nature is abundant with the language of abstraction. There is line, shape, color, form, and texture. In this workshop you will learn how to organize and apply these elements in experimental and exploratory ways, creating dynamic and abstract or semi-abstract paintings.This two-day workshop taps into endless possibilities of the world of abstraction. Immerse and engage yourself in a focused and directed way, allowing for growth and development of your painting practice.
Although this workshop is geared to those with painting experience, all experience levels are welcome. Please be in touch if you have questions.
Lori Goldberg was born in Vancouver, British Columbia where she currently lives, works, and teaches. Her painting practice has evolved since the 1980’s from large, semi-abstracted industrial and Pacific Northwest environments to still lifes of everyday objects noted for their meditative qualities. She has received critical attention for her paintings through support and awards, including a Canada Council Grant and the Tony Onley Artists’ Project Scholarship. Goldberg’s work has been shown in major exhibitions at the Justina Barnicke Gallery at the University of Toronto, The Vancouver Contemporary Art Gallery, and the KX Kunst Auf Kampfnagel Gallery in Hamburg. She has received commissions for over 100 paintings from Intrawest Resorts. Her work is held in public and private collections including the Canada Art Bank, The Vancouver Contemporary Art Gallery, The City of Vancouver, and the Walton Lofts, Seattle, WA. Currently she teaches at Emily Carr University of Art and Design.
Check out the instructors work lorigoldberg.ca
Supplies not included – participants will be sent a link to the supply list once they have registered.