Studio owner, Carla Lorence, has a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Art Education from the University of Regina, with a major in Visual Art and over 14 years’ experience teaching art to elementary school children and adults. Carla has been a professional artist for over 15 years selling her original and commissioned works to clients in and around Regina. Look forward to an artistic experience that will be educational, fun and inspirational.
Students can learn a wide variety of artistic skills. We offer everything from basic drawing, painting and pottery classes to sessions teaching techniques including some of the latest cutting edge and innovative styles. Students focus on the art making process, not just the finished product.
Class participants can feel comfortable in a fun and nurturing environment where creativity is welcomed and encouraged. No cookie cutter art here!
Debbie Wozniak-Bonk is a prairie girl at heart, having been raised on a farm near Corning in southeast Saskatchewan. She graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, majoring in painting. Since graduation, Debbie has had a successful painting career with many solo and group exhibitions. Debbie has been an instructor with Cathedral Art School since September 2015. At the studio Debbie teaches adult acrylic landscape painting, acrylic painting workshops as well as several kids mixed media classes.
Karlie King was born and raised in Saskatchewan. But she has spent much time in other parts of Canada and has travelled overseas. In her youth Karlie lived in Regina as well as a town called Turtleford, which is located in the northwest part of the province. She attended the University of Regina and obtained a B.A. with a double major in Religious Studies and Fine Arts. Her academic pursuits took her to Newfoundland in 2003, where she obtained a Master’s in Religious Studies, with a focus on spirituality and alternative medicine, and completed three years of a Ph.D. program in Folklore, with a focus on the traveling traditions of the Innu of Labrador. While in Newfoundland, Karlie continued to develop her artistic practice. She carried on her work in ceramics, her primary medium while taking Fine Arts. Also, she developed a keen interest in textiles, knitting and rug hooking particularly. Her ceramic work has been exhibited at The Newfoundland Labrador Craft Council’s Gallery, Memorial University’s Second Space Gallery, as well as the artist run centre A1C, in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Further, she was an Artist-in-Resident at Terra Nova National Park in 2005. Karlie also enjoys being part of an Art Mentorship Program run by Chapel Gallery in North Battleford since it affords her the opportunity to learn about Digital Art/Video as well as network with other artists in the area. Karlie has been teaching at our studio since November 2016, teaching adult pottery, ceramic hand building, kids pottery, and kids mixed media classes.
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Maureen Bachmann is a self-taught mixed-media artist. She has no formal art training but she has been surrounded by and involved in the creative process for most of her life. One of her earliest memories involves building a diorama with furniture cut out of the Sears catalogue. She recently retired from an 18-year career at Globe Theatre, six and half of those years spent as Head of Props. (Ask her about Joe Fafard and papier mache sometime.)
Maureen began art journaling in 2015, quickly falling in love with both the process and the medium. She creates art daily, either as a healing process for herself, in preparation for classes, or to sell at craft sales around the province. She is continually trying out new materials and techniques in her quest to experience everything mixed-media. She has been a teacher at Cathedral Art School since March 2017.
jingyu (david) Zhang
Jingyu(David) is from Guangdong, China, and is currently studying in the Department of Visual Arts BFA program majoring drawing and painting. David's favourite mediums are ink, oil, and digital imaging. He also enjoys painting still life, landscape and portrait in an impressionistic style, and trying to explore the essence of each subject and capture the beauty and meaning within. In the 4 years that David has been in Regina he has accomplished much in the way of art, he has worked as a studio assistant for David Garneau’s 400 paintings project for Edmonton's Tawatinâ Bridge, where created acrylic paintings with David Garneau for the project. He frequently works with the university of Regina on design projects including designing coloring pages and posters for library events, contribute illustrations and photographs for The Carillon Newspaper, and designing cover pages and creating images intended for specific articles. David also teaches painting and calligraphy classes to children and adults at the Confucius Institute at the University of Regina. In his short time in here David has also done several commissions including commissioned works for the University President’s Team, the CN Rail Board, General Motors President, PCL District Manager of Regina(new Mosaic Stadium painting) and many others. David has been teaching painting and calligraphy with Cathedral Art School and Studio since May 2017.