Intuitive Landscape Painting in Watercolour with Tiffany Blaise

December 22, 2020


When: December 22nd at 11am PST (1.5hr demo)

Join Vancouver-based artist Tiffany Blaise as she illustrates how to create an expressive landscape painting using experimental techniques with watercolour. During her demo, Tiffany will show participants how to mix and blend watercolours, paint clouds and reflections, as well as let loose with watercolour paint. Attendees will get a sense of intuitive painting and learn skills to explore this wonderful method on their own. Perfect for folks trying their hand at watercolours for the first time, experienced watercolorists looking to loosen their style, or anyone wanting to peek inside Tiffany’s artistic process.

Materials list

Opus Essential Watercolour Paints

  • Indigo Blue
  • Cobalt Blue
  • Titanium White
  • Quinacridone Violet
  • Lamp Black
  • Yellow Ochre
  • Sap Green
  • Phthalo Green

Watercolour Paper; favourites include Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolour Paper, Arches Watercolour Paper, and Opus Finest Watercolour paper

A ceramic dinner plate or, occasionally, the Canson Palette Paper Pad.

3” Hake Brush

Ming Bamboo Sable Brush Round

Princeton Select Artiste Series 3750 Brush Black Hair Mop

Spray bottle such as Holbein’s spray bottle

Hair Dryer


Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Artist Bio:

Vancouver-based artist Tiffany Blaise creates contemporary landscape paintings infused with expression and gesture. In her practice, she explores the themes of movement and transformation through reinterpreting subjects such as dramatic coastlines and swirling skies. Tiffany sources her dramatic landscape and seascape imagery while adventuring around British Columbia and abroad.

The artist’s abstract artwork unites the physical landscape with the world of the mind. “My art practice is a journey rooted in the exploration of thoughts and nature. I want to portray the connection between our inner nature and the landscape that surrounds us.”

She aims to help people surround themselves with uplifting artwork that connects them to nature and presents an opportunity for contemplation.


You can view Tiffany’s work online @tiffanyblaiseart or

*Photography by Flory Huang @studio.protea

December 22, 2020
11:00 am - 12:30 pm