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Anyone can express their creative side in our instructor guided art experience.
Great classes for beginners or painters who want to have a fun night out!
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March 20, 2019
Kent Roberts by 1:00pm, Return by 4:00pm
Putting animals in your watercolor landscape adds interest and life: in this class Kent will help you learn to paint animals in a style that matches the rest of the painting. Subjects will include a horse at Assateague Island, a fox in a snowy forest, and a brown bear in a stream on an autumn day. Students will learn through instructor demonstrations, hands-on practice, and insightful critiques. Previous experience in drawing or painting is recommended. Image shows class subject. Call for materials list.
March 20, 2019
Susan Collier by 6:30pm, Return by 8:00pm
Create an abstract Tree of Life using different techniques associated with acrylic pours. Students will mix paints with a pouring medium by tilting and swirling the canvas, and instead of a brush, gravity will be the tool used to move the paint across your 8X10 canvas. Beginner or expert artist, the results are unlike anything you have ever done before! All materials supplied!
Whether you're a beginner looking to develop good habits or more experienced and looking to break some bad ones, this class can help. While demystifying the oil painting process, you'll work from direct observation to develop greater hand-to-eye coordination. Basically, “see it, paint it”. You will also learn step-by-step methods of color mixing, making form by blending, and many of the do's and don't s of composition. “Remember, oil painting is a simple process but not necessarily an easy one. Nothing worthwhile ever is.” Call for materials list. Check out Ski’s blog at http://skiholm.blogspot.com