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Acrylic Painting with Diana
  • Acrylic Painting with Diana

    $140.00Price

    Acrylic Painting

     

    Location: Saint Leo University, Fine Arts Building (FAB) 101

    Time and Days: Thurs. evenings, 6-9 p.m. 

    Session, 4 weeks; May 9, 16, 23 & 30.

     

    Description:

    This is a beginning acrylic painting class.

    We will begin with alla prima painting of a floral still life and cover the importance of the elements of art and design as we pursue creating unique compositions. Students are encouraged to bring personal photographs to be used as inspiration for their paintings during the course. We will discuss the importance of drawing skills for beginning a painting, various painting techniques, color theory and color mixing, and preparing the painting ground. 

     

    Diana has 25 years of teaching experience in Pasco County.

    Diana is also the chair for the art show at the Pasco County Fair.

    She has a BFA in Painting & a Teaching Certificate, from Bowling Green State University, 1987, and an MEdu from Saint Leo University, 2001.

     

     

    Cost: $130 members, $145 non-members

    Registration Fee: $10

    Class Minimum and Maximum:  min. 3, max. 15

     

    Date of Call if minimum not reached: Saturday, March 1 

     

    Materials List

     

    1. Liquitex BASICS Acrylic Paint Set, 9 x 75ml (2.4-oz), Starter Box,10 Piece Set     
    2. Royal & Langnickel Essentials 11" x 14" Triple Gessoed Canvas Panel Value Pack, for Oil and Acrylic Painting, 12 Pack * you need three of the twelve canvas panels for class 
    3. DUGATO Artist Paint Brush Set 15pcs Includes Pop-up Carrying Case with Painting Knife and 2 Sponges for Acrylic, Oil, Watercolor, Art, Scale Model, Face, Paint by Numbers                                                        
    4. Liquitex Professional Fluid Medium, 118ml (4-oz), Slow-Dri Blending                         
    5. Liquitex Professional Fluid Medium, 118ml (4-oz), Gloss                                        
    6. Plastic container with tight lid (e.g. Rubber maid) large enough for a paper plate
    7. Water container
    8. Towels/rags
    9. Pencils/erasers
    10. sketchbook
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