Student Question: I took a course of yours years ago in Penticton, BC. I hope you'll come back again one day soon. What brands of paint do you use? I'm using Stevenson but looking to switch. Suggestions? I appreciate your expertise and advice.
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Announcing 3 upcoming Fearless Abstract Painting Workshops:
August 30 at Volcano Art Center, Volcano, Hawaii
October 20 & 21 at Akamai Art Supply, Kailua Kona, Hawaii
February 3 & 4 at Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, California
Would you like to host a Fearless Abstract Painting Workshop in your area? Please contact me!
Spend a day with your co-workers and immerse yourself in Fearless Abstract Painting. Boost your creativity by thinking outside of the box. Build and strengthen relationships. Have fun.
Participants will learn simple, easy to grasp painting techniques to create a painting they can take home at the end of the day. No artistic experience necessary. Workshops can be tailored to suit specific needs.
Please contact the artist for a complementary consultation today.
For more information & to register: http://www.samanthadasilva.com/corporate-painting.html
Unable to attend one of daSilva's workshops? Consider Long Distance Learning via Facetime or Skype. For more information & to register: http://www.samanthadasilva.com/long-distance-learning.html
As some of you may know, 2017 finds me married to the yogi of my dreams, and living on the Big Island of Hawaii. As a result of these huge life changes, I will not be offering any workshops in Canada this year.
If you'd like to connect with me abroad, please consider registering for my one-day workshop on Saturday, May 6 on the Big Island of Hawaii or my 2-day workshop on Friday, June 17 & Saturday, June 18 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Thank you for your ongoing love and support!
This blog was created to share my belief that the art making process can be a vehicle for empowerment.
I am living proof.