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Layers and Shapes: Exploring Depth and Form in Painting

Original price $85.00 - Original price $85.00
Original price
$85.00 - $85.00
Current price $85.00

Saturday, September 21 | 10:30-4:00pm
Taught by Glenda Goodrich
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Ages 16+

Students will delve into the dynamic world of layered painting techniques and shape creation. GG will guide you through the process of building depth and texture using various painting methods, while also focusing on the fundamental elements of form and design.
In the first half of this workshop, we will play with acrylic paint, sumi brushwork, webbing spray, and shape masking to create a layered background. Next, we will choose (or create our own) stencils for a focal point shape(s) and learn how to use negative space to create visually compelling artworks.
Suitable for artists of all levels, this course offers a playful and free-form exploration of how to achieve depth and dimension in a layered painting.

Supply List: 
All regular priced supplies are available at 20% off from Art Department for this class.  


One American Easel “deep” wood panel 12” x 12” x 1.58” or 11” x 14” x 1.58”
One 20” x 30” (or similar sized large sheet) of black watercolor paper
Acrylic paints in your choice of colors including white and a combination of light, medium, and darker tones
Rubber brayer (any size but no wider than 4”)
Palette paper
One #8 or #10 Filbert brush

Favorite stencils for final touches

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