Tony O'Regan Painting Classes

We are pleased to present art classes with the master Tony O’Regan.

He is a highly experienced painter and teacher who has taught across Vancouver and at the University of BC and Emily Carr. Through Semiahmoo Arts, he will be teaching two online classes Via Zoom

 

See his work and streamable art tutorials at https://toregan.com/

And Sign Up for his two courses below:

 

Class 1 – Painting a Coastal Scene

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$84 – Five Classes

Saturdays 2:00PM – 4:00PM

December 19 – January 16

 

Painting a Coastal Scene

Learn to paint our amazing coast in acrylics. Study rock forms, cliffs, trees, light and shadow, water, driftwood, etc.- all the elements that make a coastal painting. Though the painting demonstration will be primarily done in acrylic on canvas (or paper), The demos are mainly in acrylic, although Tony’s principles can be applied to the depiction of the coast across all media! Sessions are recorded for later re-viewing.

 

Class 2- Painting Street Scenes in Europe

 

$84 – Five Classes

Sundays 2:00PM – 4:00PM

December 20 – January 17

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Painting Street Scenes in Europe

Paint the much-loved streets of Europe in acrylic. Learn to employ perspective, scale figures, light and shadow, composition, color, etc. – all the elements needed to depict the urban charm and activities in these attractive locales. The demos are mainly in acrylic, although Tony’s principles can be applied to the depiction of street scenes across all media! Sessions are recorded for later re-viewing.

 

Tony O’Regan Bio

Tony O’Regan was born in Cork, Ireland in a house named Santa Lucia, built by his uncle, Mark, who sang with the great Joe Loss orchestra in the big band era. Tony grew up and was educated in Canada and in Florida. He graduated in Art and Environmental Design/Architecture. He painted many paintings and designed many buildings. Tony painted in Paris and the West Coast of Ireland. He taught Art and Design in several universities for over 20 years. He uses architecture, perspective, urban and landscape design to compose his images of what things are and what they might be. He drinks coffee at the Pelican and sketches gulls by the great White Rock as they ‘gyre and gimble’ in the waves. Tony continues to create a collection of hundreds of his demonstrations and teaching videos as well as other useful content for artists, teachers, students and design school applicants at www.toregan.com

Email toregan@ecuad.ca

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