Following the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, we truly have at heart the health and well-being of all our experts in store, but also yours. That’s why we made the decision to temporarily cancel all in-store workshops.



A program of virtual workshops to take advantage of all the moments of creation!


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Friday January 29th

Watercolour Workshop: Winter Landscape

Friday January 29th at 3:30 PM (Montreal time)
Duration : 2.5hrs

Teacher : Marie-Hélène Pelletier

$30 / online via / only 50 places

*This workshop will be given in french


Trees covered in white, lakes dotted with ice, peaceful walks ... that's the magic of winter! This workshop is perfect for discovering a variety of techniques that can be used to create a wonderful winter landscape with watercolours: wet-on-wet application, dry brushing, the use of salt, etc.

Through step-by-step instructions, you will learn how to create an atmospheric depth effect, as well as a very special technique for painting birch trees and a snow-covered stream. A lovely seasonal project.

Open to beginners.


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Material suggestions:

1) A watercolour paper pad (approx. 9 x 12 in):

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


2) A set of watercolours:

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


3) A few synthetic brushes (one small fine-tip round brush, one medium round brush and one flat brush) >


4) A small container of liquid frisket >


5) A roll of masking tape >


You should also have two water containers, paper towels, a pencil and an eraser.


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Thursday February 4th

Introduction to Acrylic Painting: Tropical Foliage

Thursday February 4th at 3:30 PM (Montreal time)
Duration : 2.5hrs

Teacher : Marie-Hélène Pelletier

$30 / online via / only 50 places

*This workshop will be given in french


Discover the multiple possibilities of acrylic paint through the creation of a beautiful, tropical work of art. You will explore different application techniques (fading, dry brush, scraping, imprinting, masking), while learning how to mix colours to obtain vibrant tones. A small colourful painting that will bring freshness to your home decor!

Open to beginners.


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Material suggestions :

1) A small canvas mounted on a sub-frame or a cardboard canvas (approx. 10 x 10 in) :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


2) A set of acrylic colours :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >

Option 3 >


3) A few brushes in different sizes :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


4) A palette to mix colours :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


5) A roll of masking tape >


6) A small painting knife >


7) A clear Stabilo-type watercolour pencil (white or yellow) >


8) A small sponge >


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Monday February 15th

Watercolour Workshop: Waves & Seaside

Monday February 15th at 9:30 A.M. EST
Duration : 2hrs

Teacher : Marie-Helène Pelletier

$30 / online via / only 50 places

*available in French only


You don’t need to travel very far to relax on a heavenly beach! In this workshop, you will learn how to create a dreamy seaside: sky and clouds, how to paint a wave and how to create grainy sand effects. Through step-by-step instructions, you will also learn how to perfect washes and glazes. A relaxing project that will add a touch of warmth to your day.

Open to beginners.


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List of materials to bring :

1) A watercolour paper pad (approx. 9 x 12 in) :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


2) A set of watercolours :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


3) A few synthetic brushes (one small fine-tip round brush, one medium round brush and one flat brush) >


4) A small container of liquid frisket (you can use a small bamboo stick to apply it) >



5) A roll of masking tape >


6) You should also have two water containers, paper towels, a pencil and an eraser.


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Wednesday February 17th

The Art of Collage, Materials & Colour

Wednesday, February 17th at 3:30 P.M. (Pacific Standard Time) / 6:30 p.m. (Montreal time)
Duration : 3hrs

Teacher : Marie-Josée Bergeron

$30 / online via / only 50 places

*available in French only


In this virtual workshop, you will learn how to create unique collages using techniques like collage layering, skin images, colour balance and material blending. Marie-Josée will share plenty of tips and tricks to help you successfully create mixed media artwork—and she even has some surprises in store for you! What better way to start the year than immersing yourself in colour and creativity … see you there!

Open to beginners.

*Please note that the presentation image is only an example. Results may vary for each participant.


Part 1 :
Introduction to mixed media techniques, collages and colours


Part 1 focuses on theory. Marie-Josée will briefly discuss the endless creative possibilities of colour and mixed media techniques. She will provide a few examples to guide you in understanding the balance between shapes, colours and materials.
Part 2 :
Secrets to a successful collage


In Part 2, Marie-Josée will share her secrets for creating beautiful collage artwork. You will also get to practice these techniques.
Part 3 :
Textures and colours in collages


Here, you will learn how to produce unique textures and incorporate them into your collages to create colourful and highly original effects. This part is all about exploration, letting go and embracing creative flow.

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Here is a list of materials you will need to participate in this workshop:

1) Liquitex Matte Medium: 118 ml or format of your choice (or other brand) :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


2) Liquitex Matte Gel: 227 ml or format of your choice :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


3) 2 x canvases: 16 x 20 in or larger size of your choice >


4) Fluid acrylic paint: recommended basic colours and additional colours of your choice :

Recommended paint >

  • titanium white
  • mars black
  • naphthol red
  • cadmium-free light yellow
  • permanent light green
  • primary blue
  • cadmium-free orange
  • purple


Option 2 >


5) Paintbrushes :

Option 1 >

OR Option 2 : Brushes sold individually, choose medium size :

Straight brush (1 and 1.5 in >

Angled brush >

Filbert brush >

Round brush >


6) Pie-shaped painting knife >


7) Straight spatula >
*or straight plastic spatula (1 in)


8) Palette for mixing colours :

Option 1 >

Option 2 >


9) Posca markers (black and white, extra fine or fine tip) :

Option 1 >

Option 2 (Sharpie ultra fine tip permanent marker) >


10) Spray water bottle, ruler, scissors, rag or paper towel, apron, water bowl, document :

*IMPORTANT: Included PDF must be printed in colour for this workshop.


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