My paintings are displayed in solo and group exhibitions and are represented in the City of Ottawa public art collection and in private collections nationally and internationally. Click my CV for details.
Along side of working in the studio the other part of my creative journey is about teaching fine arts, creativity mentoring and coaching.
I have had a rewarding time designing and leading workshops since 1978, through the City of Ottawa, The Ottawa School of Art, Algonquin College (Creative Arts program), Halliburton Summer School of the Arts (Expressive Arts Program), Mississippi Mills School of the Arts and in the greater Ottawa community with Artswell, an arts and health charity organization for 10 years.
Currently, I teach a variety of workshops in expressive drawing and abstract painting for small groups from my studio situated in the heart of Almonte Ontario. Occasionally, I’m part of unique collaborative workshops designed for students for example Glass and Drawing with Jennifer Kelly, Music and Painting with Jennifer Noxon, and Seasonal Yoga and Drawing retreats with Amelia Ah You.
I also offer 1:1 coaching/mentoring. Contact me if you would like to customize a class or art party.
It’s a joy to help people connect deeply through art and creativity. It is important to me to provide my students with an uplifting, inspiring experience in a friendly bright environment where they can discover and explore techniques, materials and share ideas.
Gift Certificates for workshops are available.
All workshops are located at 15 Bridge Street in Almonte
Thanks for your wisdom, grace and inspiring vision, Alan.
We are fortunate to have your memory in our hearts in the studio you loved to visit.
We’ll miss you Alan Mirabelli.
Events & Workshops
Sat05May201810:00 am - 4:00 pmmary pfaff studio, 15 Bridge Street, Almonte, Ontario
FULL - Waitlist only
Enter a world of intuition, imagination and excitement to achieve results as unique as you are. The day will cover basic information relating to picture elements, composition, theme and design together with an exploration of the meaning of abstract painting, and its importance as a means of self-expression and creativity.
We will touch on the history of abstract painting, its methods, techniques and materials. Study inspiring examples of abstract work by 20th century and contemporary masters.
You'll learn to explore the use of color and the importance of underpainting, layering and glazing to bring structure and depth to your art.
Treat yourself to a spirited, adventurous time filled with innovative techniques, inventive approaches and breakthrough results.
$165.00 (includes supplies)
Location: mary pfaff studio 15 Bridge Street, Almonte Ontario
To register email@example.com or 613 257 9777