Arts Whistler has unveiled the art workshops set to take place as part of the Art on the Lake series at the Alta Lake Station House throughout the summer.
Located four kilometres from the village on the shores of Alta Lake, the venue will kick off the season with Tie Dye 101 on May 25 and 26. On June 1 and 2, beginner and intermediate painters can take part in Textured Acrylics, which will explore the abstract style of landscape paintings; June 15 and 16 will focus on Intuitive Textile Design, ranging from woven mandalas to free-form crochet; and on June 22 and 23 the workshop will teach pyrography and encaustic techniques.
The venue will host another unique event on July 13 and 14 with The Art of Lavender, delving into creations like lavender wreath making, bath balms and syrup.
July 20 and 21 will welcome a workshop called Illuminated II –Creating Compelling Light In Your Paintings.
On Aug. 3 and 4, the lakeside venue will host a digital photography workshop for novice photographers to better understand their camera; on Aug. 10 to 11, participants will learn the basics of proportional sculpting using oil-based clay; and on Aug. 24 and 25, beginner and intermediate-level artists are invited to learn more about sketching and watercolour techniques.
To see the full descriptions and prices, visit artswhistler.com/calendar-2/tag_ids~263.