(Only 5 spots left!)

When:  September 23 - November 18 (no class Thanksgiving)

Time: 6:30 -9:30 pm

Where: Meeting room #1 at CSI Annex, 720 Bathurst St.

Fee: $250 ($100 non-refundable deposit to hold your spot due by September 10)


What people are saying!

  • Liz is a fantastic teacher! ... I have taken some art classes in the past, and unlike some teachers who teach the theory, do a demonstration and then leave you to your own devices, Liz took the time to observe my entire painting process and was able to diagnose and correct some persistent issues ... From being a complete novice at watercolour only a few months ago, I now look forward to my painting sessions and have even endeavored to bring my kit with me on vacation!

Kai Fai Ho, student

  • How can anyone teach watercolours without fear? Liz can. And she does it with style and warmth and great sensitivity. Beginner or expert, if you're interested in expanding your watercolour horizons enjoyably -- without suffering the usual panic attacks -- this is the class for you

EM Stern, student

  • Liz was great! This was my first art class and I especially appreciated her kindness, patience and individual care while I was learning new concepts. As a beginner, I found the classes both challenging and intriguing yet noticed how Liz worked effectively with students of diverse levels of experience. I really enjoyed our time together and only later have I realized how much I was assimilating each week!

Francis Fairweather, student

  • ...I would strongly recommend Liz Phillips as a consummate teacher and artist who will "go the extra mile" with her students, as diverse as they may be in their goals, intents, education and talents. She has the gift of imparting knowledge by words and action, simplifying the material and/or expanding it as required, with a firm yet sensitive touch.

Lili Kapp, student

  • Liz’s courses have proved to be well prepared and organized, substantial in content, yet presented in an enjoyable, relaxed atmosphere. Student evaluations have been consistently positive and appreciative, commenting on constructive teaching methods, creativity of curriculum and emphasizing Liz's kindness, patience and generosity. She proved to be such a reliable instructor that we were later pleased to invite her to join our permanent teaching staff. To conclude, I would say that Liz Phillips is an outstanding teacher.

 From the Executive Director of the Visual Arts Centre in Montreal