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Painting Yukon Sunsets and Getting Inspired Through Nature with Maya Rosenberg

In this class students will use acrylic to paint their own mini Yukon sunset landscapes, guided step by step. We’ll connect to nature through colours and create our own painting based on the natural scenery of the Yukon. We’ll learn how nature can be reflected though art in a fun, interesting and colourful way, while learning about colour theory, perspective and basic acrylic painting techniques.

Grade Suitability:

K-12

Maximum Class Size:

30 students

Time Required:

1- 4 hours (depending on project)

Material Required:

Acrylic paint, brushes, canvas/wood surface, paper towel, water and water containers

Material Cost:

Materials provided at cost (to be determined by project)

Language of Instruction:

English

Communities:

All

Availability:

Year-round

Maya Rosenberg

Maya was born and raised in Israel. She has traveled to the United States, Canada and Europe, and moved to Whitehorse in August 2014. She is currently a board director at the Yukon Art Society, teaching art workshops across the Yukon Territory, coordinating and teaching community engagements projects and exhibiting in various art galleries across Canada. Maya is also a student at the YNTEP program and is passionate about combining art and education in an experiential way. Maya’s art is inspired by nature and its rejuvenating qualities. She uses colour to reflect the connections between art, education, our communities and nature.

Contact: 867-332-1000

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