In this five-week online course that explores expressive colour, intermediate students are introduced to a series of creative projects which broaden their understanding of colour as an expressive force. Hunker’s approach hopes to strengthen students’ intuition and remove their reliance on predictable developmental methods and processes. While hands-on experience with acrylic painting is necessary, rendering and drawing ability is less important for this course.
Artists will work in two media: soft pastel and acrylic.
Five-week online session!
Date: Thursdays, March 3 to March 31, 2022
Time: 6 to 9 pm (EST)
Fee per session: $225 general public; $180 McMichael Members.
Level: Open to all skill levels. Our experienced instructor will adapt his teaching style to his students’ experience.
Maximum 18 participants.
Materials: Not included. View a list of suggested materials.
Requirements: Access to internet, updated Zoom client, microphone and camera.
How to join: Once you have purchased the classes you will be sent an email with all necessary information and details about how to access the class online. If you have any questions please contact our programs department or call 905.893.1121 ext 2216.
Please note: fees are non-refundable. Classes are not recorded.
About the Instructor
Clint Hunker is a visual artist based in Saskatoon. His subjects includes the quiet and understated fields and parklands of the province, particularly in late fall and early spring. Hunker often works directly on- site within this utilitarian landscape. He is an instructor in painting and drawing at the University of Saskatchewan, as well as the St. Peter’s College in Muenster. Hunker’s work is represented in many collections in Canada, and he has exhibited in Europe, the United States and Japan.