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Spring Wildflowers Painting for beginners

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I just love wildflowers whether I see them growing in the garden or fresh cut in a vase or painting them!

I wanted to offer this class for beginning artists who want to learn how to start painting in acrylic paints. This is a very easy class to take when just getting started. In this class you will learn:

  • What type of acrylic paints work best
  • What brushes to use
  • How to load your brushes with paint and apply to canvas
  • How to create different brush strokes to achieve flower petals and foliage
  • How to create subtle rays of sunshine to highlight your wildflowers

I will teach you every step of the way as we paint together!

Here is a list of supplies you will need:

  1. Blick student grade acrylics blickrylic colors I use are titanium white, mars black, ultramarine blue, colbalt blue, lime green, cadmium yellow (deep yellow), violet purple, orange. I prefer this brand but you can use any acrylics that you may have.
  2. Large 3/4 inch flat brush, Med. 1/2 inch flat brush, No. 6 flat brush, No. 2 detail brush or similiar brushes.
  3. 11x14 canvas
  4. Water jar
  5. Styrofoam disposable plate or palate
  6. Paper towels or rag
  7. easel if you have one or work flat on table top

Set up your work space and lets paint together!

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Spring Wildflowers Painting for beginners
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