Artists workshop on acrylic landscapes

Vancouver artist Perry Haddock painted with Prince Rupert and Terrace artists over the weekend

Six Prince Rupert artists attended a weekend workshop with Vancouver artist Perry Haddock SFCA.

The workshop, called “Loose and Lively Acrylics” had artists painting acrylic landscapes with Haddock, who has status with the Federation of Canadian Artists (SFCA).

The event was organized by artist Robin Knox, the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council and Easel Weasels Artist Guild. Three artists travelled from Terrace to attend.

The amateur art club hosts two workshops a year with professional artists from the Federation of Canadian Artists.

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Vancouver artist Perry Haddock painted acrylic landscapes with Prince Rupert artists over the weekend. (Submitted) Vancouver artist Perry Haddock painted acrylic landscapes with Prince Rupert artists over the weekend. (Submitted)

Perry Haddock with Terrace artists Dyan Myhr, Joan Billey and Alison Johansen. (Submitted)

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