You’re Invited – Would You Attend a Painting Workshop in Your Region?


I’d like to hear from you! There are many ways that you can learn how to paint better, get started again if you’ve been putting it off or start from no experience, especially with all the books, online classes, magazines, DVDs and free internet searches out there. Yet nothing can compare to what you learn from live interactive workshops. With over *30 years of extensive art instruction in Canada, Japan and North America as a Signature Member of the Canadian Federation of Artists, I’d like to know whether you’d enjoy an art workshop in your region. Find out what you can learn in a typical workshop and what you need to bring: Workshops. Interested in a workshop near you? Feel free to share this survey, fill out the form and send:

* As a Signature Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, Peggy has taught workshops and exhibited for over 30 years in Canada, Italy, USA, England & Japan:

  • “Peggy Burkosky is an inspiring art instructor who has taught at The Old School House Arts Centre for over ten years. Peggy’s students are always motivated by her extraordinary painting demonstrations as well as her wealth of experience.”
    – Corinne James Administrator, The Old School House Arts Centre, Vancouver Island Canada

  • “Peggy is able to simplify watercolour painting to suit the beginner or more advanced painter. Her lessons and demos are inspiring. She is able to teach what each individual needs to know. This class is worth taking as many times as you can!”
    – Gail Morton, Port Alberni Parks and Recreation, Vancouver Island Canada

Find out about more about Peggy’s teaching testimonials: 
About Peggy

Many plein air artists work in their studios as well and without a doubt see that their studio paintings improve after outdoor sessions. You learn to paint fast and make quick decisions which improve your brush strokes and produce work that is brief and confident. As the weather and light change, there’s a freshness to your work as you stay focused on the main reason why you are painting the scene. The human eye is able to stay in touch with the essence of the subject, whereas a camera takes it all in and causes confusion as to what the main focal point is.
I encourage you to send me a reply and I truly look forward to meeting up with you.


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