La Renaissance de la fleur vendeur, 22 x 30, by Margaret Ferraro
In thisfour-week-long online studioprogram, masterpastelist Margaret Ferraro will introduceparticipantstocolourtheory, value, temperature, and applicationtechniques. Participants will learnhoweachmethodofapplicationcanbeusedeffectively and creatively. Through demonstrations, Ferraro will illustratehowtheseconceptsrelatetolandscape, still-life, and othersubjects. By theconclusionoftheworkshop, students will have a thoroughunderstandingofhowtoset-up and complete an entirepastelpainting..
Secrets by Margaret Ferraro
Four-week virtual studio program
Dates: Wednesdays, March 2 to 23, 2022
Time: 6 to 9 pm (EST)
Level: Beginner/Intermediate. Our experienced instructor will adapt their teaching style to the participants’ experience.
Cost: $180 General Public. $144 McMichael Members.
An internet connection, microphone and camera-enabled computer or smartphone is required. This class will be delivered via the video conferencing app Zoom. You do not require a Zoom account to participate; the link to access the class will be sent to you in advance.
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.
Please note that ticket sales are non-refundable, and classes are not recorded.
Turning and Peaking by Margaret Ferraro
About the Artist
Renowned Barrie-based artist and teacher Margaret Ferraro has exhibited throughout Canada and the United States. Her accolades include exhibitions with the Pastel Society of America at the National Art Club in New York City and the Pastel Society of Eastern Canada outside Montreal. In 2009, Ferraro published her first book, A Time to Dance, and was named a master pastelist by the Pastel Artists of Canada. In her work, Ferraro moves between landscape, figural and floral subjects, using a layering technique that incorporates a combination of charcoal, ink, acrylic paint and pastels. Colour, value and temperature figure prominently in her compositions, reflecting the pattern of our natural world.