One Day Airbrush Workshop
with Steve Young
Airbrush Workshop Details:
Location: Maple Airbrush 18526 - 104 Avenue NW Edmonton
Date: Saturday April 15, 2023
Time: 9:30 - 5:00 pm (may run later)
Class Fee: $225.00
Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
**We will hold a one hour class on THURSDAY EVENING @ 6pm APRIL 13 - For those that may need assistance with panel prep/design transfer.
PLEASE bring your own lunch
McDonalds/Tim Hortons is in close proximately to the Shop
Bottled Water/Coffee/Tea available all day
What do you need to bring?
- Please wear suitable "art" clothing
- bring a note pad/pencil
- Airbrushes (no hoses) and a male airbrush quick connect
- All other Supplies will be provided.
Limited Seating available!
Workshop Cancellation Policy
There are no refunds for cancellations/no-shows on the day of the class. If you fail to attend your fee will be forfeited.
- Maple Reserves the right to cancel this workshop, If the workshop is cancelled by Maple you will received a full refund. -
About the Instructor:
Steve Young: Owner operator of Tombstone Airbrush and Tombstone Tattoo, located in Stony Plain, Alberta. Drawing since I was a child , taking commercial art in high school , always drawing and diving into different mediums , I became an auto body technician as a career which led me into custom painting , as well as exposure to the bike and car culture , I started airbrushing in early 2003 , I was lucky to be able to seek the knowledge of a now good friend , Dave Thomas who was clearly the leading airbrush artist in the Edmonton area at the time, I spent hours learning from him what it takes to be a professional artist, it was then I knew what I wanted to be a professional artist , I airbrushed night and day any chance I could. I was so in love with it, and still am to this day, my main focus and strong suit seems to be portraits and realism much as my mentor (Dave Thomas ) Tombstone Airbrush was my prime focus for many years, taking on massive projects from semi trucks to wall murals and race cars , the bulk of my work was in the Harley market lots and lots of custom paint what an amazing customer base I was lucky to have , it was in 2015 I was offered a tattoo apprenticeship though Jer papove at Smash Tattoo , he took me under his wing and once again showed me what it takes to be a successful artist in the tattoo industry, although my main focus is now tattooing as a means of living , all of my personal art time is done with my airbrush mainly focusing on personal projects of large scale canvases , for what ever reason to this day finishing a painting still makes me feel like I’m on top of the world....