AB ED Northwest Coast Formline and Artist Talk

I will first start with my artist talk through a slideshow of how I became an artist , and how I creadted my style of art. 

After the artist talk I will then instruct a how to draw traditional northwest coast formline. You will need paper, pencil and eraser. ( If you want you can also use black and red to colour in on your own time afterward.) This part will be a bit longer then the other drawing because there are specific rules I need to teach. 

To finish off I will be leading a step by step drawing of how I create my own style of work. This drawing does not have too many rules, so it should not take as long. For this part we will need a sheet of paper, pencil, eraser and a black marker. 

Once complete peope will become familiar with how northwest coast formline is created (specifically Gitxsan ) and the process on how I create my designs basked off of first learning the traditional style. 

Target Audience

K-12

To Bring/Important Notes

Paper, pencil, eraser , black marker and anything to colour on your own time 

Sessions

10:50 AM - 12:20 PM

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Presenter

  • Michelle Stoney Art
    Michelle Stoney

     Artist Biography

    Michelle Stoney was raised in the Gitxsan territory, in the house of Delgamuukw. Michelle is an acrylic painter, jeweller, sculpture and muralist. Michelle completed her Bachelors of fine arts degree from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2012 and Graduated from the Northwest Coast Jewellery Arts program at NEC in 2018. In 2019 Michelle received a BC achievement award (Fulmer award) known as the Crab- tree Mclennan Emerging artist award. Michelle is currently living in her home community of Gitanmaax , following in her late grandfathers (Victor Mowatt) footsteps teaching art to the local communities.

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