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Take a stroll through the gallery and enjoy!


UPCOMING:

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Join Nirmala as she shares concrete techniques that will enable participants to improve upon their figure drawing skills.

Using examples from her work, Nirmala will present an overview of how to draw or paint the human body; briefly looking at not only how the underlying bones and muscle affect the surface contours but also external factors such as light and shadow which create the values that enable the artist to depict form and volume. At the same time, proportions of the head and body will be discussed and illustrated using a variety of dry and wet media.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Victoria or contact them at 250?386?8133 or toll free 1?800?524?6555 to register.

Sun, July 29, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Sun, July 29, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM




































































































































































































































































































































































































































































ART SHOW!

This is a joint exhibition by members of the Victoria Sketch Club. Over one hundred original new paintings in all media, and will be on display for your viewing pleasure and for purchase also for one week only at Glenlyon Norfolk Jr. School, 1701 Beach Drive in Oak Bay, Victoria BC.
Everyone one is welcome. The show runs from Wednesday March 21st 2018 from 10am to 7pm until Sunday march 25th 2018 from 10am to 4pm. Opening Night reception is Tuesday March 20th from 7 to 9pm.
I will have 4 new paintings in the show!
Come and enjoy this free event!
the art of Nirmala Greenwell
Acrylic, watercolour and oil paintings of the everyday world


















An exploration of light  as it weaves its way in and around, bouncing and reflecting, turning the ordinary into the mysterious and the magical,  and perhaps giving you, the viewer,  something to think about.