Fridays 12:30 - 3:00 | April 6, 13, 20, 27
All levels of experience welcome.
Learn color-mixing, application and perspective techniques for painting skies with artist/ instructor Lael Har. Start with tips for using photo references and composing captivating skyscapes. Learn to paint fluffy cumulous clouds, wispy clouds, and dynamic stormy skies. Explore sunrises, sunsets, or night skies aglow with stars and moon. Session starts with demonstrations and plenty of individualized attention. This is a "criticism free" space, full of encouragement. Come paint and free your creative spirit on canvas.
Register: 4 sessions ($140)
Supply List: found at Michael's, Guiry's, Meininger, online Blick.com or Amazon
> Acrylic paint (student grade is fine or professional grade paint)
colors: Titanium White, Black, Hansa Yellow Medium (primary yellow), Phthalo Blue (primary blue), Quinacridone Red (primary red)
> Optional other Acrylic paint colors; Indian Yellow, blues like Ultramarine or french blue, other reds like Cadmium Red Medium, or naphthol red light, browns like yellow ochre.
> Gloss Gel Medium
> Disposable Palette (freezer paper, or palette paper (12x16”)
> Several palette knives, plastic or preferably metal
> Drawing materials like: graphite pencils, charcoal (medium to hard), carpenter’s pencils, water-soluble color pencils... and/or other mediums.
> 4-6 economy grade canvases, and/or boards (min size 12x16")
> Brushes: 2-3 sizes (professional or house painting brushes is fine. (a professional affordable option Ruby Satin Silver)
> Newsprint Pad (12x16" or bigger)
> masking tape, spray bottle, rags or old sheet,
Starter Kit available for sale at studio $35:
Student grade acrylic paints 120ML: Primary yellow (Hanse yellow), Primary blue (Phthalocyanine blue), Primary red (Quinacridone red), White, Black, Gloss Gel Medium 120ML, and disposable palette.