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Building a Nest in Acrylics with Marney-Rose Edge

Sun, September 24, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Sun, September 24, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Marney-Rose will be using molding paste, clear tar gel and fiber paste on a wood cradle or canvas plus acrylic paint and inks to create a beautiful bird’s next.

The following techniques are included in the demonstration: application of texture mediums, dry brushing, glazing techniques, values and creating form with a limited palette of paint applied to an intuitive start.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Coquitlam or contact them at 604‑545‑0410 to register.

Marney-Rose was raised in New Zealand in the beautiful art deco seaside town of Napier. Born into a creative family; her dad was an avid amateur photographer, and her mum hand coloured photographs and dabbled in pastels. Ever since being a child, Marney-Rose has loved creating beautiful things; always fascinated with colour. She is a late bloomer venturing into painting in her forties but has an inexhaustible passion for it. A natural teacher, Marney-Rose has a following with her watercolour classes and workshops, She teaches privately and for various Art Associations, travelling to different locations inside and outside British Columbia


Building a Nest in Acrylics
Building a Nest in Acrylics