Presenter: Patrick Hunter
The Muse is pleased to welcome professional artist, Patrick Hunter, to Kenora. Patrick will be leading this painting workshop at the Douglas Family Art Centre as part of his Paint Class Road Trip where he will be driving from Toronto, ON to Red Lake, ON and back again, teaching art classes along the way. The workshop will take place on March 25th from 1-4pm in the Studio.
While creating their paintings, participants will learn:
Registration is required and you can register by filling out our online registration form. Payment will be required to complete your registration.
The cost to register is $100 +HST for non-members or $90 +HST for MUSE members. Limited to 30 participants. All materials (and snacks!) are supplied.
Patrick Hunter is a 2Spirit, Ojibwe artist, graphic designer and award winning entrepreneur from Red Lake, Ontario. Though best known for his woodland art style paintings, Patrick has also had a positive and impactful impression in the corporate world through collaborations with Rogers Media Company, Staples, Ontario Power Generation, as well as TD & RBC banks to name a few.
The intention that drives the work Patrick does stems from how a better world can be created through art, so future generations can see themselves reflected in mainstream culture. With that in mind, Patrick has engaged the world of sports with artistic collaborations with the Chicago Blackhawks, creating the uniforms for the Canadian Olympic curling team, as well as APTN’s new Bryan Trottier award for Indigenous excellence in the NHL.
When not collaborating with exciting national partners, Patrick is creating awareness about his Ojibwe roots and inspiring creative confidence through in-person and virtual paint workshops across North America.