Seeing Colour in the Landscape: Mixing Realistic Greens with Camille Sleeman

March 01, 2020


Sunday, March 1 11:00AM – 12:30PM
Sunday, March 1 2:00 – 3:30PM

In this informative presentation, Camille will cover colour theory including relative value, chroma and temperature, using the colour wheel and colour mixing as reference. Setting up a palette that will allow you to create harmonious colour schemes, with an emphasis on accurate mixing of realistic greens, as well as useful colour mixing tips shortcuts will be demonstrated. Technical information about both oil and acrylic paints, pigments, and mediums will also be discussed.

Camille’s work has been shown at North Vancouver CityScape Gallery, North Vancouver Public Library, Britannia Art Gallery, Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre, Peachland Art Gallery, Banff Public Library, Lethbridge Public Library, and is part of St Paul’s Hospital Foundation Art Collection. She is a long time participant in the Eastside Culture Crawl and the Mid Main Art Fair, and a member of 901 Artists Co-op in Vancouver, BC.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Granville Island or contact them at 604‑736‑7028 to register.

March 01, 2020

Granville Island
1360 Johnston St.
Vancouver, BC, V6H 3S1

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