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Workshop Title
Composition: Hierarchy!
Level
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
Medium
Acrylic
... Other medium:
Sketching (Applicable to All Mediums)
Subject / Focus
Composition
Class Description
Where does you viewer look first? Next? And then where?

Learn to orchestrate your art to attract and sustain your viewer’s interest long enough for them to take in everything you’ve put into it!
About the Artist
Kal Honey is an artist, art instructor and former graphic designer. An award-winning graduate of OCAD, Kal’s work includes painting, collage and signage — encompassing bold graphics, subtle patterns, text and wordplay. Recent exhibitions include: In Situ Multi-Arts Festival, Queen West Art Crawl, The Red Head Gallery, the Gladstone Hotel’s Come Up To My Room, and most recently as part of the National Arts Drive from his front lawn during covid.

Kal teaches artist-to-artist: inspiration, challenge, structure, support, artistic freedom, lively discussion — and laughter. Normally, he is an instructor at Haliburton School of the Arts, Neilson Park Creative Centre and Visual Arts Mississauga, as well as leading workshops, giving lectures and jurying exhibitions throughout Southern Ontario. Since March, he has been teaching online though Zoom, as well as leading the popular free Virtual Collage Jam on YouTube.
Instructor website
Instructor phone
416-556-2255
Instructor Email
 

Supplies Students Should Bring:

Paint / art media
Basic acrylic paints:
Kal suggests at minimum the primaries plus black and white, and a good minimalist option might be a warm and a cool version of each primary, ie:

- Cadmium or Hansa Yellow Medium AND Lemon Yellow or Hansa or Cad. Yellow Light
- Cad. Red Medium AND Quinacridone Magenta or Violet
- Phthalo Blue Green Shade AND Ultramarine Blue
- Black
- White
Art Surface / Support
- A mid-size watercolour block or pad: 9x12”-12x18”(ish)
Note: Canson XL or Strathmore Vision are both good options.
Supplies and Tools
- Notebook (for taking notes, or can use sketchbook)
- Sketchbook
- Painter’s green masking tape
- Pencil and eraser
- Scissors and/or utility knife
- Gluestick (Kal recommends UHU!)
- A range of brushes
- Smart phone (for camera)
 

Workshop Outline: Complete: All-4 Class Series, 1 only-Single Session, 1 & 2 - Saturday OR Full Day

Session 1
- Session will consist of online lecture with diagrams, masterwork examples and discussion
- And then a shorter and longer exercise for artists to apply the principles just covered
- With a short sharing/discussion of the results at the end
 

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Year of booking
2020
Month of booking
07
 

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