Tuesday, September 27, 2011


SALLY MILNE will be running a Watercolour Workshop called
"Paintings of Glass" on the weekend of October 22nd and 23rd.
In this 2-day workshop we will explore techniques which will help participants conquer the notion that “glass is the hardest thing to paint in watercolour!” Sally will talk about her approach to this fascinating subject, do demonstrations focusing on achieving clean, transparent colour using both hard edges and soft fluid shapes. Topics for discussion will include setting up a palette, planning compositions using glass objects and creating both representational and abstract paintings. Students will be encouraged to work on some small technique paintings as well as a larger piece which communicates the transparent, reflective, fluid and solid aspects of glass. Some experience with watercolours will be helpful for this workshop.

Location: Kingston School of Art, corner of Princess and Victoria Streets
Date: Saturday, October 22nd and Sunday, October 23rd 2011
Time: 10am - 3:30pm (bring a lunch)
Fee: $135.

Materials list available on registration or, materials available at an additional cost of $25.

To register, please send a cheque to:
Sally Milne
49 Edgehill Street
Kingston, Ontario
K7L 2T7

Class registration will be kept to a maximum of 10 students to allow for individual instruction.
For more information email Sally at sm@sallymilne.com or phone 613-544-3906. 

Rebecca Cowan Fall Studio Sale

Fall Studio Sale
Making space for new creations
Etchings, drypoints, monoprints, & collographs
$50.00 - $200.00

Saturday & Sunday     October 1 & 2, 2011
11 am – 6 pm

59 Herchmer Cres. (rear entrance),

Directions: From Sir John A. Macdonald, turn onto Norman Rogers Dr., then right onto Byron Cres., and left onto Herchmer Cres.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Kingston School of Art Classes

LISE MELHORN-BOE is teaching at the Kingston School of Art this fall:

Pop-up Books in the Classroom with Lise Melhorn-Boe Oct. 29: 9:30-4:30
Making pop-ups books with students integrates writing, drawing design and 3-D art! Books can also be linked to many other areas of the curriculum. (Not a teacher, but you'd like to learn about pop-ups? Please feel free to sign up anyway.)

Flag Book Fun with Lise Melhorn-Boe  Nov. 19: 9:30-4:30
A flag book has small pages flying off an accordion spine. It's a great way to turn small two-dimensional works on paper into a three-dimensional extravaganza! If you have prints, photos, drawings, collages or other works on paper that you don't mind cutting up and  playing with, come out for a day of fun.

register at the Kingston School of Art www.ksoa.info/adult-courses.html