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One-Time Acrylic Painting-Donut
In this one time class, in about an hour, we will paint a fun and colorful background with a Donut in the middle of the canvas.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
60 minute class
We will begin class by briefly discussing what colors of acrylic paint and what materials will be needed. Then follow along with me so that you can see what I do, as I show you how to create the painting with detail. Just a few more things to note: This class is an hour long. We will be painting the entire time. The first 5 to 10 minutes we will cover the basics. Then we will proceed to make the painting. I will be painting, and demonstrating the process, and the learners will follow along...
Students will learn how to mix colors and build layers leading up to creating the donut in the painting. They will also learn the importance of taking care of their brushes when painting to be able to get more use out of them.
I have my Bachelors Degree in Art and have been surrounded by art my entire life. Also on my free time I teach painting classes in peoples homes or at events such as birthday parties! I am always being artsy in some way!
No homework will be assigned but learners can finish any details on their painting after class.
#1. Paint: Acrylic paint in a variety of colors. You can purchase acrylic craft paint from your local craft store, such as Masters Touch Fine Art Studio paint or any brand you feel comfortable using. You should have the following colors: Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Black, Brown White. Optional tools: N/A #2. Paintbrushes: You will need a few different brushes. A 3/4” flat brush for large areas, such as backgrounds. #8 Flat, for the border of the painting. #3 round brush for the smaller detail (we will use those for the majority of the painting). The smallest round tip brush is for the final details. For most of my paintings I find that these brushes are enough: #3/4” flat, #8 Flat, #3 Round. #3. Canvas: 8x10 Canvas, stretch canvas or canvas board work well. Size 8x10 Canvas. I will be using an 8x10 stretched canvas. #4. Paint Palette: No need to buy a fancy paint pallet but if you have one that is fine. A paper plate, or a recycled plastic container will work well. #5. Cup with water to wash brushes in, an old towel, or paper towels to wipe the brushes with. Don't forget to wear appropriate clothing for painting!
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.