Working with Photo Transfers
Explore the exciting and often unpredictable world of photo transfers!


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$ Multi Class Discount

Register for 3 or more KAN classes and receive $5 off per class.

Cancellation Policy

With 7 days notice, we will offer a credit or refund. With less than 7 days but at least 48 hours notice, we will offer a credit. Otherwise, no refund or credit will be given, including if a student does not attend. We thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

Gov't Protocols

KAN will be following protocols regarding COVID-19 that are in place at the time this class occurs.

Come ready to explore the exciting and often unpredictable world of photo transfers! Start with either a more realistic or abstract focus in mind and play with acrylics, collage, inking techniques and transfers to create a finished work on canvas.

Choose a theme – I suggest something from the natural world: trees, plants, flowers, forests, gardens, the seaside – and bring some images printed from either an inkjet or laser printer. You will find each has different results. Bring a selection of different pictures and sizes to work with. Images may be either black and white or coloured, or a mixture of both. Note that your final canvas will be a minimum of 12” x 16”.

There will be no set formula for a final image, but guidance will be given if asked for! So, this class works well for those who enjoy a lot of creative freedom as well as those who prefer a much higher level of instruction.


Level: Beginner and up
Maximum size: 10
Available seats: 7
We do accept names for a waiting list.


Please Bring:

  • pencil and eraser
  • any personal acrylic brushes you like to use that you already have
  • images from printers (inkjet or laser) related to your theme
  • paint palette (dollar store is fine)
  • small container of white glue
  • scissors
  • any magazine pics, wrapping paper, old drawings, etc. connected to your chosen theme to use for collage

Materials fee: $20 payable to the instructor at the class is required to cover the rest of the supply costs, including a canvas.

Artist: Lesley Drummond

Lesley Drummond is an artist, educator and curator who has actively been involved in the Kawartha Lakes arts community since 1985. After working in the Toronto commercial and public gallery scene, she taught Visual Arts, Applied Design and Art History at the high school level for 30 years and supervised the running of local gallery, Art on Kent. As well as being a guest instructor for a variety of local groups, she is currently on the Board of the Kawartha Lakes Arts Council and is the Director of KAN.

More or her work may be seen on her KAN artist page and on her KLAC profile page.

A $5 discount is applied to each class when purchasing three or more classes.
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