Plein Air Acrylics Abstract Landscape Painting – Outside Class

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DateApril 7 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Time01:00 pm - 03:30 pm

Reoccurs 6 Wednesdays
3/10/21 - 4/14/21

Location 10091 McGregor Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33919 United States

Member's Price $90

Non-Member's Price $115

 

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Event details

Join artist Marilyn Hedlund for an outdoor, in-person plein air abstract landscape painting class where nature will be your guide. Learn to use landscapes or seascapes as the basis for an abstract painting. Your paintings won’t be realistic but will still be identifiable, as opposed to typical abstract art where the subject matter is removed. Free up your expression and sense of confining boundaries by focusing on color combinations and painting from the heart. Students will participate in critique sessions, one-on-one instruction and group lessons in color and composition. Beginners are welcome and will be in a class with mixed skill levels.

In addition to the following recommended supplies, we encourage students to bring in 1-2 works in progress for critique.

Supply list: Portable easel, paper towels/rags, and jug of water and water container.

Paints
Recommended: Liquitex Fine Art Acrylic Heavy Body or Golden Acrylics
Ultramarine Blue
Pthalo Blue (green shade)
Cad yellow light
Quinacradone magenta
Napthol Crimson
Titanium White

Brushes
Assorted China bristle brushes including filbert #10 and #12
1” to 2”  painter’s brushes

Surfaces
Bristol paper
Canvas
Panels, etc.
If you use papers you will need some kind of board or cardboard and clips

Miscellaneous
Roll of refrigerator/wax paper for palette
White masking tape
Various pens, pencils, charcoal, drawing tools
Optional: notebook for taking notes

Please note: this class is hosted outside to allow for social distancing. Masks are required to enter the building or when students are unable to social distance. In the case of inclement weather, we will make accommodations with the instructor and students.

Instructor(s)

Marilyn Hedlund