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Private Painting Lesson Package

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Watercolour class set-upDaina painting in studioOcean Art Studio, main room

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  • Full Name: Daina Deblette, Ocean Art Studio
  • Location: 19A-315 Upper Ganges Road
  • Phone: 902.717.4246
  • Expires: 21 days, 12 hours

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    Give yourself or a loved one the gift of one-on-one creative guidance and play with 5-star instruction in a beautiful bright beach-style studio fully equipped with all the art supplies and art books you could dream of!

    Experiences give so much more than a physical gift. The receiving is special, the anticipation, the experience itself, the seeds that grow afterwards, and the memories that last a lifetime…

    This Private Painting Lesson Package experience includes 7 hrs of lessons in any medium I offer, fully tailored to your individual needs, and includes all painting supplies and lesson notes.

    You will gain so much more than skills and inspiration; your time with me will feel healing and uplifting as I guide you through releasing creative blocks that may have manifested into other areas of your life. I can also coach you towards building your own art practice, in all aspects from setting up your studio to managing your practice, marketing, and even how to teach art to others.

    *Note: the dates on this listing are for placeholder purposes- Schedule with the studio to choose any dates in 2019*

    My expertise includes: Oil Painting, Acrylic Painting, Mixed Media Painting and Collage, Intuitive Abstracts, Creative Journaling (watercolour, pen and ink), A Love Affair With Colour (Daniel Smith watercolours), Watercolour Blossoms and Botanicals (Daniel Smith watercolours), and Paint Night workshops. New signature workshops are added throughout the year! Some of these workshops can be even be moved outdoors as an incredible plein-air painting experience.

    Your Package of 7 hours is best broken up in to 2-3 consecutive days or weeks, for $450 (includes 1 hr free valued at $75, PLUS a free studio gift to further inspire your creative path).

    No prior artistic experience is necessary as beginners are always welcome!

    Contact Daina to book your lessons: daina@oceanartstudio.ca / 902.717.4246

    Visit Daina’s website to learn more about other workshops offered: https://www.oceanartstudio.ca/camps-and-workshops

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    Testimonials

    “Taking painting lessons from Daina was a fantastic experience. Her knowledge, approach, and technique inspired me to continue and develop my artistic abilities. Very grateful to have had this experience. I would highly recommend Daina as a teacher.” – Kerry Fraser

    “I have had two private lessons with Daina and both sessions were amazing. Daina’s calm and friendly vibe will put you at ease and let your creativity flow. Daina is a master at mixing colors and will expertly guide you to your completed masterpiece.” – Thanks! Cathy G.

    “Daina’s Solo Full Immersion Artist Retreat was the most wonderful experience, I got so much more out of the retreat than I ever expected. The four-day retreat was an absolute joy from beginning to end. Daina picked me up from the ferry and we got straight into artwork at her beautiful studio, where the supplies were endless and the best quality materials available. I created artwork in those four days that I had never expected to create, due to Daina’s expert teaching, support and one to one work. The retreat was tailored to what I wanted to get out of the retreat, Daina crafted the projects to my needs and was always there to assist and teach whilst allowing me to experiment and play with the materials, which was exciting and so much fun. Daina inspired me to unleashing my creativity and helped in making me realise my potential through different and varied projects, e.g. intuitive art, watercolour, collage, encaustic etc . I was guided through the projects and introduced to new ideas and techniques that I know I will use in my artwork going forward. This retreat is just perfect for the heart and soul. I would highly recommend this retreat to anyone wanting to create art in beautiful surroundings with an incredible artist and come away with amazing pieces of art and skills and techniques that can be applied in the future.” – Bijal Patel, Vancouver

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