About Basic Painting class's
About Basic Acrylic Painting Class's
~Class by Nathaniel Brown
Welcome to Happy Clouds painting. Background, clouds are the fundamental starting point for the world you live in. That's right, this is your world and your painting. Then come trees, water birds. This class will focus on the groundwork of your painting. The class teaches brushes, stroke work, styles, and some terminology. Whether you are new to art-making or an accomplished artist, taking this painting class can help explore and refine your artistic ability.
Nathaniel will encourage you in your skill or style and will help you as needed. With an engaging style, he will teach about painting techniques including, scale, contour, and shading to achieve 3-D painting. He will also work with students on observation to help them develop their artist's eyes.
Preferred age 5 grade on up or art portfolio
No on going class's
Mission of the Class
Classes 4 weeks long one day a week once started.
Students will be studying Foundation skills in observation in color and painting techniques and terminology.
A step-by-step painting and spacing course. Teaching artists balance in color and painting clouds, trees, river ect..
By the end of term student would be encouraged to finish one piece of art work Done.
|Classes are per session. TBA
Acrylic brushes-Oil brushes are good as well NO Watercolor grade brushes
What to Wear While Painting?
• The shirt and pants that you choose to wear should be comfortable, non-restrictive, and ideal candidates for getting stained with paint. A shirt that is too loose may brush against your painted canvas or wind up with a sleeve in the paint tray. At the same time, a shirt that is too tight and restrictive will make it difficult to maneuver. Your choice of pants should have the same considerations as your shirt choice. Be prepared that your odds of getting paint on your clothes are extremely likely, so always select clothes that are old and destined for the rag pile soon anyway.
Should you go cheap with art supplies?
No. A good brand on sale. Yes.
Cheep brush will always fall
apart while painting. Cheap acrylic paints will wash off the canvas in
damp places over time or lose color.
Then what should I get?
Most needed: small canvas, 16x20`
I shop at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Amazon
Tutor options are available.