In our studio, Evelia Espinosa’s students have completed their artistic level art test with different perspectives, according to their own imagination and design, some of the exams were drawn while others were painted using mixed medias and oils.
We have great artists who only need to be focused on the correct technique and open their imagination to change. The test consists of many different skills and techniques, like sketch, usage of the color wheel combination and use many painting techniques.
We were glad to award our students with a ribbon at the end of their art test.
In Evelia Espinosa’s Art Studio, we are open in helping our students develop in their talents, for example our young student Thanya, she wants to be a Fashion Designer. Fashion designers work in a number of ways when designing clothing and accesories. They have a wide range and combinations of materials, colors, patterns and styles to choose from. Although, most dresses are used in convential everyday wear, unusual garments are usually sought for special occasions such as evening wear or party dresses. In our art studio in our staff is open to help every student and increse their talents. Thanya told us that she would like to draw her art test with some fashion designs for her portafolio and we challenged her to draw a dress with flowers using complementary colors. She used magenta and green prismacolor pencil crayons and a lot of imagination. We encourage Thanya to use her skills and potential in other medias for get more designs.
In Evelia Espinosa’s Art Studio this week four students inished their art test. Svetlana was the first student to finished her writing and drawing test. Sveta got a very good score. She is a young girl whit special qualities, she is a beginner student, she likes to draw and paint cartoons.
Sveta is a talented girl who likes to make her own colors and experiment in creating new designs, she has a lot of imagination and always helps others to solve problems.
In Evelia Espinosa’s Art Studio our students learned some basic pencil, color and ink techniques to improve their skills. We help our students to unlock the artist inside of them. Continue reading
Here in our art studio in Port Moody Paola Cervantes drew a little flower in a few hours with prismacolor. Paola is part of our staff. She told us ” So here is my art test!, since it is art test season at the art studio, I decided, I wanted to join into the panic. Done in pencil crayon.”
This week our students will show their talent painting and drawing flowers.
Here at Evelia Espinosa’s Art Studio in Port Moody, our student and art teacher Victoria Makovetski enjoy painting different techniques. When we asked Victoria about her painting she told us, “I was inspired and learn different techniques, I am always looking to learn more ways to apply the paint and connect withthe painting and the audience or viewer, nevertheless I paint to express myself with the choice of colour, I feel that, I have completed this painting and it gives offthe vibe I want it to, my next steps are to take my knowledge further and step out of my comfort zone”.
Much like Victoria, many students have created beautiful composition to express emotions and feelings. We always encourge our students to share their art work as they should be very proud of their hard work.
We are happy to hear that and we are glad that Victoria is part of our staff, especially because she is always open to learn differents ways to express herself. Similarly, we are happy to know that the students have been enjoying some of the new techniques we have implemented into their classes.
Here at Evelia Espinosa’s Art Studio in Port Moody, our students enjoy painting different landscapes among some of the most popular are sunsets.
Sunset in the City – Maren Redmond
Here in our Port Moody Art Studio, our student Carly Mossop used some Prismacolor pencil crayons to create a beautiful representation of British Columbia’s landscapes.
Beautiful BC – Carly Mossop
In our Art Studio in Port Moody, Paola Cervantes used oil on canvas and she painted a dog. Paola told us, “Muñeca” is a painting I made as a birthday gift for someone very special. This person recently moved and they would always tell me how they missed their dog and how that dog was their bestfriend through most of their youth. Unfortunately, I knew that it would be nearly impossible for me to find a way for him to be reunited with the dog because of distance and costs. I began to think what was the best way to, in the least, create a reminder of all the good memories he had shared with the dog and then painting a picture of her crossed my mind. This is why I decided to recreate this adorable picture of her.
I experimented with this painting, using both traditional paintbrush techniques as well as finger painting. This was a bit of a challenge because the canvas was not a very large one and it was hard to get the same definition of the hair strokes that you would get with a paintbrush and it was a lot easier to over blend the colours, not to mention that it was impossible to find a glove that fit my hand! Regardless of the obstacles the painting was very amusing to create and it taught me a lot about painting in a different style and finally brought me back to painting an animal which I had been avoiding.
Here in our Port Moody Art Studio, we enjoy drawing with pastel techniques, pastels have been used by artist since the Renaissance, and gained considerable popularity in the 18th century.
Bell Peppers by Evelia Espinosa