Painting Rocky Mountains Series

4 ONLINE Classes – Sundays: May 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2021

Learn to paint Mountains with Art Master Tony O’Regan! Tony is a painter and teacher with 20 years experience teaching across Vancouver and at the University of BC. Semiahmoo Arts will be hosting his new course ‘Painting Canada’s Majestic Rocky Mountains’. In this class you will learn to paint the scenic wonders of Western Canada; Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks and Mount Rundle in Banff.

The processes and techniques for addressing mountain terrain, snow and lakes, will be demonstrated and addressed in this exciting online workshop. Both watercolor and acrylic are demonstrated and artists are welcome to work in either of these mediums. Class is at the intermediate level, so some previous experience is recommended.  The demos are video-recorded by the instructor and will be available for streaming on his Website, so participants can review and practice after each class. Since the class is presented via Zoom, some experience with Zoom is recommended.

Online class via zoom

$99.5 (tax incl.)

Sundays 2:00PM – 4:00PM

May 2, 9, 16, 23 (4 Classes)

Tony is a White Rock resident and holds a Masters in Environmental Design, as well as a 4-year Honors Diploma in Painting with 20 years teaching at major universities.

The course is on four Sundays from 2-4 pm, beginning February 7th through to February 28th.
Participants supply own materials, list to be provided.

Painting Mountains, Lakes, & Trees

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Painting Mountains, Lakes, & Trees Series

FEBRUARY 7-28, 2021

This is an online Zoom video course for those who wish to paint the scenic wonder of Western Canada. We will paint reflective lakes, rocky shores, forest and mountains. Some experience in either watercolor or acrylic is recommended, but all drawing, color mixing, and painting is thoroughly demonstrated by well-known instructor Tony O’Regan. Videos of all the lessons will be posted for a few months on his website if you wish to review the lessons.

The course is on four Sundays from 2-4 pm, beginning February 7th through to February 28th.
Participants supply own materials, list to be provided.

Tony is a White Rock resident and holds a Masters in Environmental Design , as well as a 4-year Honors Diploma in Painting with 20 years teaching at major universities.

2 Online Painting Courses – Winter 2020

During the holiday season I will be instructing two online courses (5 sessions each) with Semiahmoo Art Society.

Great gifts for yourself or a friend!

Painting A European Street Scene

Five Sunday Classes, starting December 20 (2pm – 4pm), $84

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.

Painting A Coastal Scene

Five Saturday Classes, starting December 19 (2pm – 4pm), $84

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.

Drawing The Face Semiahmoo Arts (for Ozzie & Ellen) Vid 1 of 6 {Dec 11 2017}

This is a 6 video demo series on Drawing the Face. It is about 2.5 hours long overall. It is a good intro, once over lightly. Best to start with video 2 of 6. Video 1 is just an overview that needs some editing and there is a problem with the link , anyway.