Abstract Painting: Intuition and Purpose
2 – 16 May 2020
Working with long-time painter and art instructor Judy Mayer-Grieve, this four-week program will focus on the art of abstract expressionism. During the program, Mayer-Grieve will demonstrate the use of materials focused on personal experiences and our present day material world. Throughout this program, students are encouraged to take risks in breaking boundaries, generating new and unexpected results. Previous experience is highly recommended as programming is suitable for advanced levels. Students must bring materials. Please see document link below.
Saturdays, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm (3 weeks)
Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens
1306 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville
What to bring
Please wear a smock or apron. Students must provide their own materials using the supplied Materials List, and may choose to work with acrylics or water-based oils as well as bring additional desired or personal materials.
Cancellation with a refund must be applied for at least 7 days before your program begins. Refunds are subject to a $25 administrative fee. There are no refunds for cancellations requested less than 7 days before the program begins.
Judy Mayer-Grieve is a Halton-based artist and art instructor. In addition to teaching digital and fine arts in a variety of contexts, she also works extensively as an illustrator and award-winning graphic designer. An honours graduate of OCAD University, Judy was the 2015 winner of the King Road Mural public art competition in Burlington.
Image: Judy Mayer-Grieve,
Into Fall (detail), acrylic on canvas.