ARTiculations > Workshops > Acrylic Techniques Workshop: Whimsical Layered Landscapes (Collage + Paint) – POSTPONED

Acrylic Techniques Workshop: Whimsical Layered Landscapes (Collage + Paint) – POSTPONED

ARTiculations Studio Programming Update:

Tuesday, March 17th 

COVID-19 Update

With much regret we are postponing all classes, workshops and demos until Sunday, April 19th. We will reach out to all registered participants to determine if they are able to attend at a later date, or if they would like a refund. In the meantime we will be investigating virtual ways to assist you with your creative material and technique exploration. Stay tuned. Stay well. Make Art Every Day!

FOCUS: This workshop will explore a variety of techniques including masking, collage, stencil and drawing, to create a fun, textured place to be.

Materials are not included.  See list Below.


One 12”x16” Canvas board (must be board, not stretched canvas)
• Palette – ARTiculations has shared use palettes in studio to use if needed

Acrylic paints:

• White
• Ultramarine blue
• Cadium red
• Alizarin crimson or a Rose Madder • Cadium yellow
• Phthalo green
• Burnt sienna
• Dioxanzine purple
• yellow ochre (optional)
• Lemon yellow (optional)
• Cadium orange (optional)

• #8 or #10 round
• #8 or #10 flat
• #2 round for smaller details

Optional Imagery:

Some images will be provided for reference and transfer techniques.
If you would like to use a specific photo reference, please bring 5 copies of a black and white photocopy (must be from a photocopier, not from a printer) of an image of your choice (animals, people, buildings)

ARTiculations  offers a one-time discount of 20% on purchases made in our store valid for use within the duration of your course (or within one week if taking a single session class)

Daphne McCormack

Daphne McCormack is a graduate of OCAD. After a successful career as an illustrator in both Canada and the U.S., she took on a new pursuit as an Artist Educator in various cultural institutions across Toronto. These would include the Royal Conservatory (Learning Through the Arts), Station Gallery in Whitby, and Walnut Studio’s Blank Canvases Program. She has created various large scale murals within the TDSB.

As well she teaches part time at Harbourfront Centre School Visits.

Daphne has been teaching at the AGO for several years, most often working with children and youth in the weekend and summer camp courses.

She enjoys teaching printmaking, drawing, painting, multimedia and Artist Books. Her personal work is often inspired by the natural world and environmental issues.