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Aug 31 '21

6:30pm – 8:30pm

Join us for a virtual watercolour workshop with emerging visual artist and curator Darcie Bernhardt, featured in INUA.

Bernhardt will be teaching their process of creating a watercolour painting using a photo reference over Zoom. Participants are encouraged to have a variety of paintbrushes, a few sheets of watercolour paper, watercolour paints, pencil (2H or higher is recommended), an eraser, and a photograph to work from.

Please note: Drawing the outline of your photograph will not be covered in the workshop. If you would like to draw or trace it out beforehand here is a tutorial on a few different methods for doing that.

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This post is part of RBCxWAG: INUA Virtual Sessions, connecting you with Qaumajuq’s inaugural exhibition no matter where you are in the world! Watch for monthly programs with the artists and curators at wag.ca/inua-online.

Presented by

Darcie Bernhardt

Darcie Bernhardt is an emerging visual artist and curator from Tuktuuyaqtuq (Tuktoyaktuk), NT, based in Halifax, NS. They graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) University in 2019, and also earned a Fine Arts Certificate from the School of Visual Arts at Yukon College in 2013. Bernhardt’s artistic practice primarily focuses on oil painting and drawing various domestic spaces, memories and contemporary life in northern communities. Their work has been exhibited at various venues across Canada including Nuit Blanche 2019 in Montreal, QC, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia as well as the Anna Leonowens Gallery and NSCAD University in Halifax, NS and at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Manitoba.

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