Serious beginners and seasoned painters are all welcome. Come experience the pure joy of playing with your own creativity and realize that you are capable of producing exciting, unique abstract art.

 

Please email me if you have any questions: sharoncaroldemery@gmail.com. I am always happy to help.

 

Tuesdays, 9:30 AM–12:30 PM

September 22–November 10 (8 Weeks, 24 Total Hours of Instruction)

Online

$285/305        

 

We are pleased to offer this class online using Zoom video conferencing. This mimics, as closely as possible, what normally happens in our classrooms at the Athenaeum. In this time when many of us are experiencing anxiety and isolation, this format allows us to continue to provide enriching experiences of artistic growth and community building.

 

The technology to make this happen is quite simple. You only need a computer (phone or tablet) with a camera, microphone, and internet connection and we are here to help you should you experience any technical difficulties.

 

Once you register, look for an email with more information and detailed instructions in the week preceding the class start date.

 

Stay safe and be well! And thank you for your continued support of our school.

 

MATERIALS: Just gather what you can for the first class. Supplies can be ordered online as well. Amazon.com has LOTS of art supplies and is still fairly fast on delivery. We are going to work with what we have and make it creative and a lot of fun. Sometimes less actually is more!

 

Paints (Oil and/or Acrylic): white, black, yellow, orange, Cadmium Red Light, Alizarin Crimson, Ultramarine Blue, Cerulean Blue, Viridian Green, or any colors you have at home.

 

Brushes: Basic set of brushes for oil or acrylic.

 

Other: Turpenoid; linseed oil for oil, water for acrylic; small containers to keep your solutions in; terry cloth rags or any rags available; canvas or canvas boards, any sizes you have; palette for oil or acrylic; easel or some place to set up your canvas; sketchbook; ruler; color pencils or felt-tip pens or watercolors. Use what you have at home.

 

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