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Ongoing Elementary Art Class
Introduction to the Wonderful Art of Acrylic Paint Pouring (Ages 10-13)
In this one-time class, the learner will learn the basics of mixing their paint and create at least one paint pouring work.
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Welcome creatives! Are you ready to create a wonderful, totally unique piece of art? I hope so because in this introductory class on acrylic paint pouring students will learn the basics of paint pouring: how to get canvas ready, preparing the acrylic paints to pour, additives that can be added to the paints, choosing colors, and one basic pour. After introductions and getting to know one another, we will prepare our canvas for the paint. Once the canvases are ready, we will talk about color...
1 file available upon enrollmentPlease look closely over the supply list to make sure you have everything you need. I will also include a check-list of the supplies that can be printed off. All of the supplies can be found at the dollar store or craft store. However, Flood floetrol will be found at HomeDepot or on Amazon. -tarp or garbage bags taped together -aluminum cookie sheet -disposable gloves -old clothes or smock -plastic or paper cups (4 or 5) -popsicle sticks for stirring -1 or 2 canvases, 8"x10" (or similar size) will be fine for this class, but you can get something bigger if you want, just know that the larger your canvas, the more paint you will need. (DO NOT get canvas board, the board will curl as it dries and can ruin your painting.) -acrylic paints, any brand is fine -Elmer's glue or Flood floetrol -rubbing alcohol, dish soap, or silicone oil (spot on treadmill oil, 3-1 silicone, coconut milk hair serum) -Not necessary, but helpful: masking/painter's tape, 4 tacks.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
A parent should be close by since this class is a tad messy and in case the student needs help with out-of-control paint.
A nanny, tutor, and lover of everything painting and crafting.
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343 total reviews
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Hi everyone! I am a graduate of Western Washington University with a B.A. in English and a minor in art history. I grew up in Washington State but have lived out on the east coast for most of my adult life. I have been a nanny, homework coach, and...