NEW this fall: acrylic for teens and advanced drawing plus watercolor
Many teens expressed interest in acrylic painting last year.
Such classes are lots of fun, they are exciting, and students can create very real art for whatever needs they have: decorating teen’s room, giving as a gift or preparing a portfolio for future studies in an art college.
I have scheduled 1 acrylic painting class for teens and young adults (10 to 18 years) during this fall term.
Thursday 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm (teens/youth 10-18) Fee: $14
Lots of excitement, lots of discoveries, lots of fun, not to mention the happiness of having created something.
Materials are not included; however, the material list for teens is noticeably smaller than for adults.
Canvas, canvas board or heavy watercolor paper approximately 14 x 18 in or 16 x 20 inches in size.
2 or 3 fairly soft brushes: 1 flat (1 to 1.5 in), 2 rounds: 1 size 8, and 1 size 12 with fine tips.
Titanium white; Payne’s gray; Cadmium red medium, Cadmium yellow medium, either Cerulean blue or Ultramarine blue. More colors are optional.
Pencil, eraser, red, brown, blue markers
Pretty many sheets of thick paper towel and medium large plastic or paper plates
Kids and teens who want to draw more and use watercolor or watercolor pencils are welcome to attend 2 Tuesday watercolor and drawing classes and 1 Wednesday drawing, sketching and painting class:
Tuesday 5.30 pm- 6.30 pm (teens/youth 9-15) Fee: $14
Tuesday 7 pm- 8.30 pm (teens 10-18) Fee: $16
Wednesday 5.30 pm- 6.30 pm (teens/youth 9-15) Fee: $14
Development of observational drawing, visual perception and artistic abilities; starting with simple objects, perspectives and scenes and gradually achieving excellent results. Very exciting classes with plenty of pleasure to explore new themes.
Materials include good watercolor paint set (please do not get absolutely spicy shades), watercolor paper from 14 x 18 and up to 16 x 20 in; 3 watercolor brushes: 1 flat (1 inch); 1 round size 8 and 1 round size 10-12, all with fine tips, pencil, eraser, cardboard base and painters tape to attach the paper, rather larger size plastic palette for mixing up paints and fairly many sheets of paper towel.
Watercolor pencils are optional.
Registration is already on.
I have scheduled an introductory class for new students and those who might be interested on August 29 between 4 and 6 pm. I will pass out applications, answer questions and show materials.
If you cannot make it this day you can come to the gallery every afternoon between 1 and 7 pm.
I hope to see you at my studio-gallery!
Students told they really enjoyed my classes last year!
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