250 661-9285

Oil Painting Class
Master Copying

  Oil Painting Class

Wednesday evenings 6-9pm

September 21st to October 12th
Please register by Sept. 19th

Online Class!

Learn about oil painting while copying a mater painting. Students will work on a underpainting before moving to form painting and finishing stages. There will be colour mixing exercises and discussion about oil painting techniques as well as class demonstrations.

The painting we are going to copy is a a self-portrait by John Singer-Sargent. More info about the painting here.

Noah will live stream his demo to start the class. Students will email photos of their work in progress during the class and Noah will critique and help each students on the live stream.

You need an internet connection and a computer, laptop or tablet to watch as well as a cell phone with a camera or a digital camera to take pictures of your work and email them to me during the class!

Lots of demos and individual instruction!
All levels of experience welcome but some drawing experience recommended.

Cost $210 includes GST
Materials not included. Click for supply list.

Link to info about making your own panel.

To register for a class

Contact Noah at or 250 661-9285


Email or call Noah and then send a e-transfer
If you would like to pay by cheque please email for the mailing address.

Payment is required in full to reserve your place. You are not registered until your payment has been received.

Cancellation and make up policy

If you cancel 5 days before the start of of class you get a full refund. Cancel after 5 day before the start of class there is no refund. If a class has to be canceled by Noah, you get a full refund.
There is no makeup class policy

Student comments

"I have taken both portrait painting and drawing from Noah Layne and found him to be not only a brilliant artist but an exceptional teacher. He is both kind and patient but most importantly I have noticed an improvement in my skill level. I intend to take more classes from him."
Mary Conley

More students' comments here.

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