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Virtual Class Schedule

Introducing our Studio Series Virtual Painting Classes with Aisling, a collection of virtual art classes that offer an engaging and captivating experience designed to elevate your painting practice. Whether you're an intermediate or advanced painter, our Master Series is designed to elevate your skills, but don't worry – everyone is welcome to join and give it a try! Our high-definition SLR camera brings the classes to life with exceptional image quality, offering wonderful technique and colour mixing demonstrations all from the comfort of your own home or studio. Dive into our virtual master classes listed below. Please be advised that classes are recorded in the event that you can't make the class or want to refer to sections of the class after. The recordings are exclusively available to those who attended for easy access whenever needed. You will receive a private youtube video link the following day. Happy Painting!! 


Thursday May 16
Thursday May 23
Thursday May 30
7:00 PM EST (Toronto)

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Johannes Vermeer

The Astronomer

 

*This virtual class is designed for intermediate to advanced painters.

The first session will be done in acrylics and the rest will be done in oils*

*This is a three part class taking place of 3 consecutive Thursdays*

What is it about Vermeer? His paintings always make me think that there was some incredibly complicated math was involved in the compositional planning. Everything adds up. Every shadow and edge are carefully considered. Lets try out a full Vermeer! We will be doing a "remastered" version of this piece- bringing back the blues that have faded over time. We will spend quite a bit of time planning out this one so we can anticipate an intensive drawing phase. 

 

Aisling will walk you through the painting step-by-step over zoom. For your convenience, you will receive a Zoom link about 30 minutes before every class in a session. Our virtual classes are hosted using a professional film set up for a high definition virtual class. The class takes place between 7:00pm-9:30pm Eastern Time (Toronto). The first 10 minutes are for questions about set up and some quick introductions to the process. Be ready with your brush in hand at 7:10 :)

You will receive a zoom link. Please email me if you have any issues:

info@ourstudioseries.com

 

Suggested Supplies:

 

This class does not include a kit. A recommended list of our standard kits is below. 

  • Canvas - I use 16x20 inches but any size will work! 

  • Acrylic and Oil Paints - Please check out our Learning Centre for more info.

  • 3 Brushes- (small medium and large) "Flat" or "Bright" shape. For the Oil paints you want to have dedicated oil brushes. Hog hair or synthetic bristles work beautifully. 

  • Paint cup- disposable or dedicated paint cup

  • Palette- plastic plate works well. I prefer flat palettes! 

  • Paper towel 

  • Plastic sheet for table cloth

 

Please be advised that paint will stain furniture and clothing-

especially fabrics. 


Thursday June 6
Thursday June 13
7:00 PM EST (Toronto)

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Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida

Llegada de las Barcas

(Arrival of the Boats)

 

*This virtual class is designed for intermediate to advanced painters.

The first session will be done in acrylics and the rest will be done in oils*

*This is a two part class taking place of 2 consecutive Thursdays*

Painted in 1903 when Sorolla’s style had fully matured, this atmospheric and extraordinarily fluid composition depicts the fishermen’s return and the unloading of the catch. An expressive snapshot which energetically renders the reflections, movement, and intense colours of light and water, the painting has all the hallmarks of the artist’s most spontaneous canvases.

Sorolla, who hailed from Valencia city, is renowned for his depictions of coastal scenes in the provinces of Castellón, Valencia, and Alicante – many of which showcase recognizable landscapes along the shores of Jávea. 

 

Aisling will walk you through the painting step-by-step over zoom. For your convenience, you will receive a Zoom link about 30 minutes before every class in a session. Our virtual classes are hosted using a professional film set up for a high definition virtual class. The class takes place between 7:00pm-9:30pm Eastern Time (Toronto). The first 10 minutes are for questions about set up and some quick introductions to the process. Be ready with your brush in hand at 7:10 :)

You will receive a zoom link. Please email me if you have any issues:

info@ourstudioseries.com

 

Suggested Supplies:

 

This class does not include a kit. A recommended list of our standard kits is below. 

  • Canvas - I use 16x20 inches but any size will work! 

  • Acrylic and Oil Paints - Please check out our Learning Centre for more info.

  • 3 Brushes- (small medium and large) "Flat" or "Bright" shape. For the Oil paints you want to have dedicated oil brushes. Hog hair or synthetic bristles work beautifully. 

  • Paint cup- disposable or dedicated paint cup

  • Palette- plastic plate works well. I prefer flat palettes! 

  • Paper towel 

  • Plastic sheet for table cloth

 

Please be advised that paint will stain furniture and clothing-

especially fabrics. 


Monday May 20
Monday May 27
7:00 PM EST (Toronto)

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Two Sisters (On the Terrace)

 

*This virtual class is designed for intermediate to advanced painters.

The first session will be done in acrylics and the second session in oils*

*This is a two part class taking place of 2 consecutive Mondays*

The Two Sisters (On the Terrace)" is one of Pierre-Auguste Renoir's most famous paintings, completed in 1881. It is currently housed in the Art Institute of Chicago. The painting depicts two young women sitting outdoors, enjoying a leisurely afternoon on a terrace overlooking a river, believed to be the Seine. The Two Sisters is often interpreted as a celebration of the simple joys of sisterhood and companionship, as well as a reflection of Renoir's fascination with the leisure activities of the Parisian bourgeoisie. The painting exemplifies Renoir's mastery of light, colour, and composition, and it remains a beloved work of art admired for its beauty and charm. And it happens to be one of Lynn's favourite paintings ever! Thanks for the request Lynn! Looking forward to this one.

 

Aisling will walk you through the painting step-by-step over zoom. For your convenience, you will receive a Zoom link about 30 minutes before every class in a session. Our virtual classes are hosted using a professional film set up for a high definition virtual class. The class takes place between 7:00pm-9:30pm Eastern Time (Toronto). The first 10 minutes are for questions about set up and some quick introductions to the process. Be ready with your brush in hand at 7:10 :)

You will receive a zoom link. Please email me if you have any issues:

info@ourstudioseries.com

 

Suggested Supplies:

 

This class does not include a kit. A recommended list of our standard kits is below. 

  • Canvas - I use 16x20 inches but any size will work! 

  • Acrylic and Oil Paints - Please check out our Learning Centre for more info.

  • 3 Brushes- (small medium and large) "Flat" or "Bright" shape. For the Oil paints you want to have dedicated oil brushes. Hog hair or synthetic bristles work beautifully. 

  • Paint cup- disposable or dedicated paint cup

  • Palette- plastic plate works well. I prefer flat palettes! 

  • Paper towel 

  • Plastic sheet for table cloth

 

Please be advised that paint will stain furniture and clothing-

especially fabrics. 

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