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About Bonnie Steinberg
Bonnie Steinberg is a practicing artist and a popular art teacher. At Dundas Valley School of Art, she currently teaches two courses. She is teaching colour theory, its interpretation and design. Her other course emphasizes architectural elements and their incorporation in city and rural landscape. Transparent watercolour is Bonnie’s medium of choice.
Bonnie is also teaching at Visual Arts Mississauga, and also directs and teaches watercolour at the Thornhill Seniors” Centre in Markham Ontario. She is also a guest artist and teacher for many art groups in both Canada, the United States and Europe. She has taught watercolour painting workshops in Italy, including Florence, Venice and Tuscany, and weeklong watercolour workshops in Sedona, Arizona and Newfoundland.
My visions encompass my views of the world and will aim to give the viewer a glimpse into this world. If this relationship occurs, then the painting has been successful.
Explore how light, design and colour can put passion into a simple street scene, complete with landscape elements, architectural elements and other details. Ontario and its beautiful street scenes will provide our inspiration. The figure in watercolour will also be explored so that its incorporation will complete a visual story. Participants will learn how to paint sparkling blues, deep violets and other wonderful winter hues. Some new and some old and proven techniques will be taught and demonstrated to provide a purposeful aim for participants. Atmospheric perspective through colour, and linear perspective will also be explored. Inclement weather date Jan. 28. Sunday. Course Fee: $79 Limit: 15 students