Wednesday Acrylics with Michelle Male

Are you an enthusiastic painter eager to ignite your creativity? Or perhaps you're a budding artist ready to dive into a new artistic world. Get ready to embark on a thrilling journey into the world of acrylics! This course will open the wonderful realm of acrylic paints, where you'll learn the ropes and discover their endless possibilities. You'll roll up your sleeves and get hands-on experience with acrylics on canvas, all while honing your skills with the help of engaging demonstrations and insider tips. From painting still life scenes to capturing the essence of people in portraits, you'll explore a wide range of subjects and let your creativity run wild! 

$260/$240 (LH Member)
 

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Recommended Acrylic paints; primary yellow, white and black (Warehouse Stationery Chromacryl)  or similar from Gordon Harris or other art shops (not 2 dollar shop), burnt sienna, yellow ochre, lemon yellow, cadmium yellow, ultramarine blue, phthalo blue, cadmium red, alizarin crimson. If unsure bring what you have to first lesson - minimum red, yellow, blue, white and black. Brushes - Filbert size 6 or 8, Round size 6 or 8, Flat  half inch or one inch, Fan brush or bring what you have. Small packs of synthetic brushes are available at Gordon Harris - purple handle for reasonable price.
A4 Canvas Board, palette paper pad, A4 sketch pad, pencil, kitchen roll, baking paper, A4 plastic container with lid – kitchen roll – we will be using a wet palette technique to preserve your acrylics, sponge and small spray bottle.

 


Materials

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Recommended Acrylic paints; primary yellow, white and black (Warehouse Stationery Chromacryl)  or similar from Gordon Harris or other art shops (not 2 dollar shop), burnt sienna, yellow ochre, ultramarine blue. phthalo blue, cadmium red, alizarin crimson. If unsure bring what you have to first lesson.  Minimum red, yellow, blue, white and black.   Ideal brushes – flat small size 10, large size 18, round size 8 and fan brush plus any other brushes you have. 300gsm paper or similar, A4 sketch pad, pencil, kitchen roll, baking paper, A4 plastic container with lid – yellow kitchen cloth – we will be using a wet palette technique to preserve your acrylics, sponge and small spray bottle.
 

Wednesday Acrylics with Michelle Male

MMA3: Wednesday Acrylics
Wednesday, 24 July to 25 September
12.30pm - 3pm

Sorry you cannot book in this class as it has already started. Please contact education@lakehousearts.org.nz for late enrolments.