Art Instructions


...there's no teacher who can teach anything new. He can just help us to remember things we always knew... ~ Michael Cretu


Life can be incredibly stressful, especially with recent dramatic changes in the world. Art is a great way to express one's emotions without words, process complex feelings and find relief. Art can be  therapeutic and valuable in treating issues such as depression and anxiety. 


Due to the covid 19 pandemic, I am offering Zoom Classes and  consultations over Zoom or email only. You can begin or keep creating art in the comfort of your home with my instructions. Zoom classes are designed for students 6 + 
Families are very welcome!

Zoom classes are very easy to take: 

You just will need to set up a small studio/working space at home and you will have to have a tablet/laptop/cell phone, and turn your device camera towards your working space. That way I will see what you are working on and I will be able to help you. 

Once you will register for the zoom class/ classes, I will send you an invitation link to the zoom class. You will need to click on the link and follow easy instructions.

Please contact me at if you require further information how to join Zoom class/es. Thank you!




Tuesday                 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM 

Thursday               7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

$ 85,- incl. GST / month & art supplies  (the fee is due with the registration ; the last day of the month for the following one after that)




You can either contact me at for the registration form and further instructions how to register ( in that case you can pay by money e-transfer to my email address) or you can register online.

 The list of art supplies is provided at the registration.


Registration online:


Please note that the online fee is $6,- higher to cover PayPal fees.

The registration form for Zoom class/es: 





Students in Liba's classes will have an opportunity to learn various drawing techniques through different themes and experience variety of drawing mediums (charcoal, graphite, pencil, ink, soft pastels, oil pastels).The history of drawing may be as old as the human race itself. As children we all draw-yet the older we become, the more we seem to ignore the significance of drawing as a vital source of communication and pleasure. Drawing is perhaps the most direct of the arts, with an immediacy that allows us to record instantly what we see. Anyone can learn to draw if they adopt the right approach. Just as with any other subject, practice is essential for achieving good results.*


Students can choose which painting medium he/she would like to study (acrylic, oil. watercolors, gouache, pastels) He/she will be encouraged to learn a variety of painting techniques and styles in a chosen medium with use of different themes (still life, landscape, figurative work, portraits, abstract) Every student will have an opportunity to gather knowledge and learn how to use all painting mediums upon the request.The history of painting is an ongoing river of creativity, that continues into the 21st century. It reaches back in time to artifacts from pre-historic humans and spans and cultures. Until the early 20 century it relied primarily on representational, religious and classical motifs, after which time more purely abstract and conceptual approaches gained favour.*


Encaustic and Ancient Art Techniques
Students will have an opportunity to learn how to use silver point drawing, egg tempera and encaustic to create an artwork. Experimenting with these ancient techniques will be highly encouraged. Silver point drawing and egg tempera painting was widely used by old masters. Encaustic is considered one of the most ancient painting mediums in the world. It is a paint that is composed of beeswax, damar resin and pigments.The world “encaustic’ comes from the Greek “encaustikos” “to burn in”, referring to the process of using heat to fuse the layers together. It was notably used in Favyum mummy portraits in Egypt around 100-300AD. This technique was lost for hundred of years. It was re-discovered again in 18th century and it was reviewed in the twentieth century largely by Jasper Johns. Today, encaustic painting is experiencing revival.


Liba will give her students useful tips and feedback about materials, themes and how to unify composition and colours. Collage is a collaborative art: a combination of one’s creative vision and whatever images appeal to it. Collage has almost universal appeal to artists who constantly search for other means to add more excitement to their work for different ways of being creative. Collage, more than any art medium, offers myriad opportunities for invention and innovation.Collage can be as simple or complicated as one likes. Anyone can do it.It won’t cost much , one can start with simple, discarded materials.*

Mixed Media and Abstract

Students will learn about variety of media, materials and techniques that can be used to create abstract (or semi-abstract) artwork. Use of unconventional materials and tools up to the students choice and/or advice of the instructor will be encouraged. Acrylic paint, charcoal, graphite, soft pastels, oil pastels are examples of paint that can be used in these lessons. Due to longer drying times oil paint is not recommended for these classes.


Student will learn to create 3 dimensional art pieces in various themes with air dried clay . Student will also have an option to paint and decorate their finished art work.Clay is a naturally occurring material composed primarily of fine-grained minerals, which show plasticity through a variable range of water content, and which can be hardened when dried or fired.*​