ONLINE: Chantal Dupuis: Oil (*Acrylic - see note): Fur, Fur, Fur! / CANCELLED

  • Wed, October 04, 2023
  • Wed, October 25, 2023
  • 4 sessions
  • Wed, October 04, 2023, 6:00 PM 9:00 PM (EDT)
  • Wed, October 11, 2023, 6:00 PM 9:00 PM (EDT)
  • Wed, October 18, 2023, 6:00 PM 9:00 PM (EDT)
  • Wed, October 25, 2023, 6:00 PM 9:00 PM (EDT)
  • Barrie Art Club
  • 15


  • Registration Fee $140.00
  • Non-member Registration $200.00

Registration is closed

Fur, Fur, Fur !

EVENING Workshop (Wednesday's)

  • Subject: How to Create Realistic Looking Fur in Wildlife
  • Medium: Oil (*Acrylic - see note below)
  • Levels: All 
  • Registration:
    - Members: $140.00
    - Non-members: $

(*Acrylic Painters: Acrylic painters are welcome.  Note: The instructor is NOT proficient with acrylics, but will be teaching about the process of how to make fur. Acrylic painters who join should have a good understanding of the paint and medium as the instructor will not be teaching about that medium.)

Join us for an immersive oil painting workshop where you'll discover the secrets to painting lifelike fur with finesse and flair!

In this class, you'll learn techniques and tips to create stunning fur textures on canvas. From soft, cuddly animals to majestic wildlife, Chantal will show you how to bring fur to life in vivid detail.

You will learn the precise brush strokes and blending methods to replicate fur's intricate patterns, depths, and lustrous sheen. You will also acquire some skills to give your animal subjects a remarkable 3D effect, making them leap off the canvas.

The leader of this workshop will offer guidance and personalized feedback.

Unlock the captivating world of fur in oil painting and take home a masterpiece that'll leave your friends and family in awe.

Reserve your spot now and let your creativity run wild!

About the Artist:

Chantal Dupuis is a lover of the wilderness, and captures nature’s essence or the charming, soulful character of the subjects and animals she paints.

Viewers are most interested in her art because they can recognize the familiar or be transported into the unknown. Everyone comes out with a journey into a scene with movement, emotions and peace.

As a signature member of the Artists for Conservation Foundation she donates a part of her sales of originals to wildlife rescue shelters.

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