Trisha is a clay artist with a primary focus on wall murals and mixed media. She graduated from Kootenay School of the Arts in Nelson, BC. She has taught several workshops and community art classes for children and adults at The Banff Centre and the Town of Banff. She worked as assistant artistic director for an art camp for children and youth. Trisha has been making her living as an artist for the past several years and she is currently being represented by various galleries within Canada. Her work has been commissioned by several establishments as well as private and corporate collections.
This is a multimedia art program with focus on clay murals and sand paintings. The artist will plan and implement activities with the teachers based on what the students are currently learning. Students will be given the exciting opportunity to take part in unique individual and group art projects, which will open up an entirely new world of creative expression. The program is designed to promote visual perception and encourage creative thinking. Students will learn basic techniques and skills such as form, texture, surface design, problem solving, and attention to detail. Projects may include themed tempera sand paintings, clay murals, and small sculpture.