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  • Full Name: Ocean Art Studio / Daina Deblette
  • Location: 19A-315 Upper Ganges Road
  • Phone: 902.717.4246
  • Expires: 19 days, 3 hours

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  • Item listed by: on June 7, 2019

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    Let’s make art together this Summer!!

    Check out the new Summer Workshop & Art Camp Schedule at Ocean Art Studio…


    Your Choice (all ages) / Creative Exploration: Private “Jump-Start” Art Session (3-hrs), $200

    Your Choice (all ages) / Private Painting Lesson Package (7-hrs), $450

    Your Choice / Solo Full Immersion Artist Retreats (Couples too!): 1, 2, 3-day retreats

    June 12, 5-9pm / Paint & Wine Night Workshop “Golden Hour”, $75

    June 16, 2-5pm / Father’s Day Special Paint Day Workshop “Mount Baker Sunset”, $65

    June 23, 10-4pm / Intro to Oil Painting: Water (Cusheon Lake), $180

    June 30, 10-3pm / Intro to Encaustic Painting (Day Retreat), $250

    July 3, 5-9pm / Paint & Wine Night “Mystic Beach”, $75

    Multiple Dates, 9-12pm / Watercolour Blossoms & Botanicals (Summer drop-in workshop), $75

    July 14 OR August 11, 10-4pm / Intro to Creative Journaling- with Drawing, Ink & Watercolour (day retreat), $165

    September 10 (3 Tuesdays), 10-1pm / Creative Journaling- with Drawing, Ink & Watercolour (3-week workshop), $240


    July 8-12, 10-2pm / Summer Fine Art Camp, Ages 9-12 (Week 1: July 8-12) *SOLD OUT*, $270

    July 16, 10-12pm / 2-Day Art Camp: Southern Gulf Islands 3D Map Painting (ages 10+), $120

    July 18, 9-12pm / 1-Day Art Camp: “I AM” Collage (ages 10+), $60

    July 22-26, 10-2pm / Summer Fine Art Camp, Ages 9-12 (Week 2: July 22-26), $270

    July 29-31, 10-12:30pm / 3-Day Art Camp: From Storyboard to 3D (ages 10+), $150

    August 19-23, 10-2pm / Summer Fine Art Camp, Ages 9-12 (Week 3: August 19-23), $270

    August 7, 9-12pm / 2-Day Art Camp: Fantastical 3D Creatures (ages 9+), $120

    About Daina and the Studio:

    From contradicting emotions to harmonizing chakras, colour has great influence on our psyche every day. Savour the richness of each colour in all its expressive glory as we explore different mediums across a variety of workshops. There’s something for everyone at the Studio! Choose from Paint Nights or multi-day Fine Art workshops in Acrylic, Oil, Encaustic, Attuned Abstraction, Watercolour, Creative Journalling, Mixed Media, Collage, and More. Visit http://www.oceanartstudio.eventbrite.com for more info and to check out upcoming Kids Art Camps. Private Workshops and Parties tailored to your interests are available too.

    Here at the Studio you are free to embrace and fall in love with your own style. The idea is to release negative old programming, so we can move forward with ease in our individual creative practice and life. Simply show up to this high vibrational space with an open mind, and a willingness to let go. Beginners are welcome! All materials are provided.

    Daina has been teaching art to grown-ups and kids throughout North and Central America since 2006, from private schools to makeshift outdoor classrooms. Painting and guiding others to reconnect with their creativity is her life calling and passion.

    Located in “Merchants’ Mews” above the Barber Shop, 19A-315 Upper Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island, BC


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