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Introduction to One Cup Acrylic Pour Painting - Tree Ring Technique
Using just one cup of acrylic paint, we'll create a one of a kind masterpiece together! (Tree Ring Pour)
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In this class, students will learn a basic way to do a fluid acrylic tree ring pour. It is a technique using acrylic paints layered in a single cup and poured onto a canvas. The canvas is then tipped and moved around to cover it and left to dry for at least 24 hours. I will show the students an acrylic recipe I use for this technique and how to layer them into your cup. The students will be instructed at the end of the class on how to properly seal their works of art. I will be working...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn a fluid acrylic pour technique called a tree ring pour. Students will learn a recipe I use for my acrylic pour paintings. Students will be able to create their own artwork masterpiece and touch into their creative side.
At least 3 different colors of ready to pour acrylic paints (art paint not house paint), Black and/or White ready to pour acrylic paint, popsicle sticks for mixing paint, an 8" x 8" (or 6" x 6") stretched canvas, mixing cups (at least one for each color of paint - I'll be using 3 oz cups), 1 cup for pouring (at least twice the size of the mixing cup), an area lined with newspaper (floors should be protected as well), an apron or old shirt (paints are water based, but will stain clothing), water with a dropper or small spoon(this is used to thin out paint for easy pouring), disposable gloves (optional), 4 push pins (put into the backs side of canvas at each corner), paper towels as needed
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
For the younger aged children, parents may need to help with pouring and or moving the paint around the canvas. Parents may be needed for help with setting up the space to paint in and clean up. Parental help should always be done off camera. Parents are also needed to seal dried artwork with a sealer. I use Rust-Oleum clear gloss spray paint.
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8 completed classes
Aloha! My name is Harmony and I am from Honolulu, Hawaii. I am a mother of 4 children and I found my passion for teaching when my oldest, who is 20 now, went to preschool. I have my diploma in Early Childhood Education and I have worked as a...