Preschool for Grownups
playing your way to artistic self expression
Many of us had a moment when we decided that we would never be an Artist. Maybe a drawing of a giraffe was mistaken for a tree, or maybe we just couldn't mix the paints without making brown. But whether someone said it to us, or we said it to ourselves, we declared ourselves Non-Artists and we stopped trying.
Here's the GOOD NEWS... Although there may be varying levels of inborn TALENT, PASSION and COMMITTMENT, most Artists are no different than anyone else... they are just the ones who kept practicing. And IT'S NEVER TOO
LATE TO START!
In this two day SCULPTURE WORKSHOP, participants will have an opportunity to discover (or re-discover) the CREATIVE SPIRIT they knew as children. From Crayons and Play Doh, to Sculpting Clay, Music, a LIVE MODEL and Delicious Food prepared for us by Fête Events, we will EAT, DRINK, PLAY and SCULPT like the ARTISTS we were BORN to be!
April 7-8, 2018 - Fête Events, Kingston, Ontario
Saturday, 3pm - 8pm (Dinner included - cash bar)
Sunday, 10:30am - 6:30pm (Lunch included - cash bar)
Workshop sessions are 90 minutes long with plenty of breaks in between
All materials are supplied. Wear casual clothes that can get dirty.
$325 per person
• Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain - Betty Edwards
• The Artist's Way - Julia Cameron
• Black Box Thinking - Matthew Syed
• The Power of Moments - Chip Heath & Dan Heath
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Lynn Falconer is a figurative sculptor working in bronze. She has lived and studied art and languages in Montreal, France and Mexico. She currently lives in Vancouver, and works and teaches in her studio at 1000 Parker Street. Lynn’s sculptures are shown at Buckland Southerst Gallery in Dundarave and at Gild & Co in Vancouver’s West Side. Her line of figurative, bronze wall hooks and door knockers "Physical Attachments” are available at locations across North America.
Lynn has been working as a sculptor and showing her work publicly for over ten years. Prior to that, she had a career in Graphic Design and Photography. She is a member of the Sculptors Society of BC, and has participated in many group and solo shows over the past ten years. Her work has been included in the Arts Umbrella 'Splash Auction', and she is a regular participant in the Eastside Cultrue Crawl, Kate Duncan's Address and the Annual Parker Art Salon.