How(e) Creative Studio OPEN HOUSE
Tiffany is inviting you to help warm her new studio on Pine Avenue in the Village of Haliburton. Formerly Banks’ General Store, the Wild Oat Café, Heritage House Café and many other beloved shops throughout its long history; Tiffany has transformed the landmark venue into a live-in art studio and presentation space.
Original artwork for sale by Tiffany and Guest Artists, Noelia Marziali, Andrew Laughlin Brown, Darren Lum, Scott Walling, David Partridge & Jennifer Seward- together in a seriously eclectic ambiance.
Mixed media paintings & sculptures, photography, textile & wearable art, metal work, vintage & upcycled items & more.
Masks required, 6 visitors at a time- typical covid precautions in place.
Saturday, July 31st, 10-5.
35 Pine Avenue, Haliburton ON, K0M1S0
Live Photo Shoot Life Drawing Session
Tiffany is hosting a rare and unconventional life drawing session.
She will be modelling for a photographer in specific (sometimes weird), planned poses that she will later use for painting reference.
Participants are invited to bring their own drawing materials and work surface to practice life drawing while the photo shoot is in session.
This is not a structured class, but rather an opportunity to draw a live model in an informal and unusual setting.
Limited number of participants. $16 per person.
Sunday, August 29th, 1pm – 3pm
Book with Tiffany:
Regular ol’ Life Drawing Practice Sessions are possible at other dates/times tbd. Details below under “Ongoing”. If you are interested in other opportunities to practice life drawing from a live model, contact Tiffany to be added to her contact list. Not currently seeking models
How(e) Creative – Life Drawing, Inspiration Coaching and Art Critique & Presentation Sessions.
Tiffany is now offering Life Drawing, Inspiration Coaching, and Art Critique & Presentation sessions from her new second workspace in the village of Haliburton.
Life Drawing: for small groups of 4-8 participants. Live model in timed poses: warm up with short poses for gesture drawing, leading up to longer poses half hour to 50 minutes long. Props, costumes and curated scene setting options available. Participants are required to bring their own drawing or painting supplies and easel or drawing board. Chairs and tables provided. $80 per group, for a 2 – 2.5 hour session (includes a short break and time for optional discussion).
Inspiration Coaching: for adults of any skill level (including those who “wish they were creative”) seeking guidance about the creative process, how to find inspiration, where to start, idea development and art/craft techniques. In person or via video chat. Prices determined by class size, and duration.
Art Critiques & Presentation: for creatives of any skill level, ages 16+ who desire feedback about their work and tips on how to improve and evolve finished pieces and works in progress.
Share ideas, overcome creative blocks, learn industry jargon, strategize plans about how to move creative projects forward, finishing, presenting, hanging/displaying art work effectively and professionally. In person or via video chat. 4-6 participants. Minimum 4 participants required. Sessions run 1.5 hours. $13 per person.
In house: Participants shall be appropriately distanced and masked.
Online: Individual or group sessions online are offered using Zoom.
Scheduling is flexible and will be determined by most popular, convenient days and times for participants and instructor.
For more information or to book a small group Life Drawing, individual or small group Inspiration Coaching or Art Critique and Presentation session contact Tiffany
Salvaged Remnants, Solo Exhibition at Agnes Jamieson Gallery, Minden Hills Cultural Centre. February 1 – 29, 2020.
How(e) Creative Studio is currently open by appointment only. At least one day advanced notice is required if you wish to visit.