*Workshops will resume in Fall 2018*
Flex your creativity muscle with one (or several) of these fun workshops. Sessions are designed to teach beginners essential skills that will give them confidence and direction to find their unique style and strengths as an artist. Once participants have a general foundation, they are encouraged to attend the Acrylic Play or Illustration Studio workshops. These sessions are recurring and facilitate the development and completion of individual projects with loose instruction in a social environment surrounded by other creative individuals.
About the facilitator
An explorer of many mediums, Meredith gathers new skills, inspiration, and experience from the various art methods in which she dabbles.
Meredith’s art training includes a diploma from the Graphic Design program at Algonquin College, where she studied illustration, typography, photography, design, and creative thinking. Over the years, she has also worked in pottery, silk screen and linocut printmaking, acrylic, scratchboard, coloured pencil, found-object sculpture, and digital illustration techniques.
In addition to her main area of work as a graphic designer, Meredith is a published illustrator: The Village That Loved Oysters (Acorn Press), titles in The Charter for Children series (DC Canada Education Publishing), stories in the One Story A Day series (DC Canada Education Publishing), Have You Hugged Your Alien and The Story of Poobum and PomPom (local author Anne Walsh), and more.