Deborah Tilby 09/19

$1,985.00$2,385.00

Pender Island B.C. Sept 6-13, 2019

Instructor: Deborah Tilby
Experience this 6 day adventure boating to remote locations around Pender island, British Columbia aboard Grand Banks 36 “Mistral”. Cruise past arbutus-lined shores with killer whales, eagles and seals as your companions. Each day spent under the instruction of acclaimed painter Deborah Tilby learning and practicing plein air painting principles and techniques.

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Workshop Overview

Plein Air Painting with Deborah Tilby

Sept 6-13, 2019

I’m expecting this workshop to fill up quickly as our maximum is 10 painters.

Tuition includes 5 full days of instruction and painting 1 free day, (to tour Pender Islands local artisan studios, galleries, winery and hiking trails), accommodation, boat transport to Plein air locations, welcome dinner, breakfast and packed lunches and windup celebration BBQ at WhaleKum Inn, coffee, tea, water.

*please bring your own thermos for water, tea or coffee.

Tuition does not include transportation to and from Pender Island, transportation while on Pender Island, and all other activities.

Depending on the accommodation type the total cost of LeMistral Painting Workshops range from $1935.00 to 2,385.00

Our Maximum number of painters is 10 however we can accommodate up to 12 persons in case partners would like to take a holiday on Pender Island. There are activities such as sea kayaking, sailing, fishing, hiking, whale watching and golfing.

Accompanying Partner = $1000.00

About Deborah Tilby

DEBORAH TILBY
ARTIST’S STATEMENT
I am a representational painter who works both in the studio and in the field. Most often I am attracted first by the light and shadows, which I want to capture
in a simple and painterly manner, and then by textures and detail. My struggle is to find a balance between the two; it is something I am always working towards, always seeking to ‘loosen up’ yet still capture some of the detail that interests me.
I was eighteen when I did my first painting, a watercolour, and I was hooked. Watercolour captivated me for the next 25 years. I lived in England for part of that time where I was passionate about painting European street scenes,attracted by the textures and subtle colours of old stone and brick and the narrow streets offering interesting perspectives.
I now live on the west coast of British Columbia and have been working in oil for many years, still painting buildings and streets but also exploring the local landscape and getting out to the many beaches, finding inspiration in boats, marinas and the sea.
I am passionate about my work; I truly love it and paint every day. Painting is a challenge, but always fascinating and deeply fulfilling.

Supply List for Plein Air Oil Workshop with Deborah Tilby

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