Virtual Painting Class: Expressive Skies in Watercolour!

May 26, 2020



Unleash your creativity and unwind while creating your very own expressive watercolour landscape with a focus on skies in this online workshop! Get a sense of intuitive watercolour as painter Tiffany Blaise illustrates how to create a dramatic watercolour sky using experimental techniques. Learn how to mix and blend colours, paint clouds and reflections, and how to let loose with watercolour paint in this fun and all levels workshop.

Vancouver-based artist Tiffany Blaise makes contemporary landscape paintings. In her practice, Tiffany explores the themes of movement and transformation through reinterpreting subjects such as dramatic coastlines and swirling skies. Her 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 sources imagery of dramatic landscapes and seascapes while adventuring around British Columbia and abroad. Tiffany aims to help people surround themselves with uplifting artwork that connects them to nature and presents an opportunity for contemplation.


None required! This class is all levels.

Registration Details

Register on Eventbrite at this link

Suppy List

SUPPLY LIST (Can be purchased from Opus Art Supplies and shipped to your home in 5-9 days)

-Laptop or phone for accessing Zoom meeting

-Hake brush (I use the 2" size but any will work great)

-Atleast 2 sheets of watercolour paper. Any brand or thickness will work, but I like Opus Finest Watercolour paper

-Masking Tape and a flat hard surface to take your paper to, like a cutting board. If you dont have this you can tape it to a table

-1 sheet of Paper Towel

-Pencil and eraser

-Atleast 1 watercolour brush. I like Opus' Bamboo brushes in the 8 or 10 size

-Watercolour Paint. I would suggest getting a watercolour paint set if you dont have any or you prefer to buy individual tubes, choose atleast 4 colors. I often use indigo, black, white, green, and a magenta.


-Small spray bottle filled with water (can get from Opus or dollar store)

-An image of a minimal landscape with a dramatic sky that you would like to paint (or you can paint along and follow my image)

-Salt (I like using flaky sea salt)

May 26, 2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm