Colour and Acrylic Painting: a Liquitex Workshop
featuring artist/illustrator LINDA MONTGOMERY
Saturday SEPTEMBER 29, 2018, 2:00-4:30PM
PROPELLER GALLERY, 30 ABELL STREET, TORONTO
When it comes to acrylics, Liquitex started it all in 1955. The Colour Research Society of Canada and Propeller Gallery are delighted to host a hands-on workshop/demonstration of Liquitex Acrylic colours. As a brand that has been at the forefront of innovation for over 50 years, Liquitex is the producer of the #1 acrylic paint for artists worldwide, and offers the most diverse range of products to meet the needs of every artist, including five unique ranges of professional acrylic colours, many innovative mediums, and a revolutionary array of painting tools.
This demo/workshop will showcase the endless possibilities of acrylic color and mediums – so that artists can return to their studios with new knowledge and new ideas about how to be creative with Liquitex acrylic colours. Each attendee will receive a wonderful sample pack of Liquitex Artist Materials, including a sample of the new Liquitex Cadmium-Free Colours, and will be able to try the new Liquitex Muted Colour Collection at the workshop!
About Linda Montgomery
Linda, French-born, is a respected Canadian artist, illustrator, and educator whose award-winning pastel drawings and paintings have been admired and collected in numerous major corporate and private collections worldwide. Linda’s images have been exhibited and published internationally in over 30 magazines, such as Good Housekeeping, New York Times, Homemakers, Chicago Tribune, Harrowsmith. Her client list includes story illustration for over 20 book publishers including Hay House, MacMillian, Golden Books/St.Martins Press, Doubleday, Random House, and Workman Publishing. Linda also has serviced over 40 corporations,. She has created the artwork for the Aga Khan Foundation Partnership Walk posters for 10 years. Linda is featured on the Foundation's video ,“A Global Journey”, and all the original artworks are in the permanent collection of the Aga Khan Foundation, Ottawa. Her major collections and clients include Lipton/Unilever, Onex Corporation, Aveda/Collega Corp, Milk Marketing Board, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and Kraft. Linda taught at OCAD University in Toronto for many years, and now works for Liquitex Artist Acrylics The Fine Art Collective Program.
Pre-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! Please note: $10 registration fee confirms your attendance commitment and covers basic expenses (refreshments, furniture, printed matter).
free samples for all attendees
to register go to: https://www.propellerctr.com/store/p231/liqutexdemo