Advanced Abstract acrylics
Prerequisite for this class is Intermediate Acrylics.
This class is designed to support the seasoned artist who has been painting (in any venue) for some time, and is looking to investigate abstract art and incorporate these techniques into their body of work.
Such an artist will have completed the intermediate acrylics class or an equivalent. Experience and some knowledge of water-based paint helpful.
• Cost $199 (6 classes)
• Meets on Fridays, 10:30am–1:30pm
• Student parking available in back lot
Be sure to pick up a Student Parking Pass at the front desk when you arrive.
Proficient artists who have taken this class may want to investigate our Mentorship Program.
If you are registering for the first time but do not consider yourself an intermediate painter, please get in touch using the contact form below:
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS CLASS...
• those who have taken Intermediate Abstract Acrylics
• those who want to create a cohesive body of work
• those who are developing their visual voice
• those who want to be with other inspired artists
About the instructor
Learn under the clear guidance of owner and artist, Kate Ashton. Kate brings to each class her years of experience making a living as an artist. She has built an arts community based on the principle of cooperation rather than competition. She has two masters degrees and has taught 20+ years. She is honored to be one of the finalists chosen by Professional Artists Magazine as mentor of the year and placed 12th in the nation. Come and grow under this seasoned instructor and get ready to excel.
MESSAGE FROM KATE:
So glad you are reading this—it means I may be meeting you soon! If you've never painted before, don’t worry. Everyone starts somewhere. Each session has an “instruction” phase and a painting phase. Here are some of the things we will cover: 12 techniques with acrylic paint, different tools in addition to brushes, the two most popular forms of texture, basic (or advanced if you are ready) color mixing, how to use glaze to make acrylic paint look like oil paint, and how to finish a piece to get it ready to hang in your home or enter into a show. Please check out my material list and come join this growing community of artists.