classes Available at Kamena Gallery include
Watercolour, Oil and Acrylic
-$450 per year (once a week) 2nd year $300
-$20 for drop in session (3 hours, with own supplies)
-$30 for drop in session (3 hours supplies provided)
*Regular hours: Tues, Wed or Thurs from 10 am to 4 pm
*Evening classes: Mon or Thurs from 7 pm to 10 pm
Wong also provides the following services:
Artist in Residence at school
-$350 per day (grades 1 through 12) Minimum 1 day
After work class for Birthdays or Office painting party
-Watercolour: $30 per student, supplies provided
-Acrylic: $50 per student, 11"x14" canvas provided
Out of town one day workshop
-$400 per day (plus mileage) 10 am - 4 pm
Oil Portrait Commissions (must have clear photo)
-16" x 20" on canvas: $1200- Single
-20" x 24" on canvas: $1500- Single
-24" x 30" on canvas: $2000- Single
*Additional person or pet, add $500
*50% deposit required
** All Prices Include GST **
** Student discount on custom picture framing at
Kamena Gallery **
You can contact
Willie Wong either by phone at (780) 439-9535 or
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Q) When can I start?
A) Anytime! Just call me a day or two ahead.
Q) Am I going to miss any classes when I
go away for vacations?
A) No. Well carry on when you come back.
Q) Can I just paint whatever I want?
A) Sure, provided you know all the basics.
Q) Can I change the medium half
A) If you dont mind buying new supplies.
Q) Do I get a discount on custom framing?
A) Yes, students get 25% off retail.
Q) Is my tuition fee tax deductible?
Refund & Payment Policy: No
Refund after 45 days.
All fees must be paid in full within 60 days.
We accept payment by Cheque, Interac, VISA, MasterCard
By Willie Wong
Born in Malaysian Borneo, land of
the head hunters, this vanishing tropical
island of exotic flowers and birds influenced Willie Wong to study art
various locations throughout south East Asia under various
renowned Chinese artists.
After completing the Senior Cambridge
examinations, Willie settled in
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1979. There he studied at both the
Alberta College and the University of Alberta.
Embracing Edmonton's cultural liveliness,
Willie participated off and on at
The Works and The Fringe festivals, as well as having served on the
Board of Directors for The Art Park. Willie also served as art critic
and juror throughout the city for various art groups, and as a
watercolor instructor for the Edmonton Public School Board
in its Continuing Education programs. Also, he has conducted
several watercolor workshops at Edmonton's Devonian Gardens
and numerous other workshops for various art clubs throughout Alberta.
Willie Wong traveled to Yellowknife and Inuvik to conduct workshops
for the Great Northern Arts & Crafts Festival in July for several
between 1990 and 1995 where his 'Northern Lights' art shows held
in Inuvik were some of the most popular events enjoyed among
the many European tourists.
Collected publicly as well as privately
all across Canada, the United States,
Malaysia and Singapore, some collectors of Willie's work include Amoco,
the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Canada Council for the Art Bank,
Northwestern Utilities, the Royal Bank, Telus and the
University of Alberta Hospital.
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By Willie Wong
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