Artist & Materials Talk: Rheni Tauchid 


Artist & Materials Talk: Rheni Tauchid is part of “How WePaint” a unique artist speakers series presented by the programme of Contemporary Drawing and Painting at OCAD University.

 
DateTuesday, March 19, 2019 - 7:00pm

Website

https://www.facebook.com/events/350725978872936/

, Website

https://www.rhenitauchid.com/

Location

OCAD University Room 190, Toronto, ON

Artist & Materials Talk: Rheni Tauchid 

Tuesday, March 19th,

7:00 PM Room 190 

OCAD University 

Have you ever looked at a painting and wondered ... ‘how did they do that?’

“How WePaint” is a unique artist speakers series presented by the programme of Contemporary Drawing and Painting at OCAD University. Unlike a traditional artist talk, this event invites esteemed local Toronto artists to share their materials and processes with the arts community at large. This dynamic programming will pull back the curtain on the artist studio and instigate conversations around our creative decision-making processes. 

Funded in Part by the Ada Slaight Foundation and generously supported by Curry's Artist Materials 

Rhéni Tauchid is a materials consultant and part of Tri-Art's product development team, as well as a practising visual artist and instructor, and founder and coordinator of the Tri-Art Acrylic and Art Noise Education Programs. She has a unique and thorough understanding of the material from both the painters and manufacturers point of view. In February 2005, Watson-Guptill published her book The New Acrylics, an in-depth look at the character and application possibilities of artist acrylic paints.  A sequel, New Acrylics Essential Sourcebook, was published by Watson-Guptill/Random House in July 2009. The Monacelli Press released her third book, Acrylic Painting Mediums and Methods in June 2018. Her books have been translated into Dutch and German. She is based in Kingston, Ontario Canada. 

Rheni Tauchid will have copies of her three books, The New Acrylics (2005), New Acrylics Essential Sourcebook (2009), and Acrylic Painting Mediums & Methods (2018) available for signing. 

 



Poster for series, with image of a painting
DateTuesday, March 19, 2019 - 7:00pm

Website

https://www.facebook.com/events/350725978872936/

https://www.rhenitauchid.com/

Location

OCAD University Room 190, Toronto, ON

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 7:00pm

Artist & Materials Talk: Rheni Tauchid 

Tuesday, March 19th,

7:00 PM Room 190 

OCAD University 

Have you ever looked at a painting and wondered ... ‘how did they do that?’

“How WePaint” is a unique artist speakers series presented by the programme of Contemporary Drawing and Painting at OCAD University. Unlike a traditional artist talk, this event invites esteemed local Toronto artists to share their materials and processes with the arts community at large. This dynamic programming will pull back the curtain on the artist studio and instigate conversations around our creative decision-making processes. 

Funded in Part by the Ada Slaight Foundation and generously supported by Curry's Artist Materials 

Rhéni Tauchid is a materials consultant and part of Tri-Art's product development team, as well as a practising visual artist and instructor, and founder and coordinator of the Tri-Art Acrylic and Art Noise Education Programs. She has a unique and thorough understanding of the material from both the painters and manufacturers point of view. In February 2005, Watson-Guptill published her book The New Acrylics, an in-depth look at the character and application possibilities of artist acrylic paints.  A sequel, New Acrylics Essential Sourcebook, was published by Watson-Guptill/Random House in July 2009. The Monacelli Press released her third book, Acrylic Painting Mediums and Methods in June 2018. Her books have been translated into Dutch and German. She is based in Kingston, Ontario Canada. 

Rheni Tauchid will have copies of her three books, The New Acrylics (2005), New Acrylics Essential Sourcebook (2009), and Acrylic Painting Mediums & Methods (2018) available for signing. 

 

Venue & Address: 
OCAD University Room 190, Toronto, ON
Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/350725978872936/
https://www.rhenitauchid.com/
Poster for series, with image of a painting
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