Saturday, May 13, 2017 12-3:30pm (with 20 minute break)
Artists will explore the versatility of GOLDEN Acrylic Paints and Grounds by creating multiple surfaces and learning ways to incorporate texture into works of art. Students will be layering gels to make skins, building texture on canvas and experimenting with Golden Heavy Body, Fluid and High Flow Acrylics. Some surfaces may be prepped in advance due to longer dry times.
Cost: $60 per student plus $10 material fee paid directly to the instructor on the day of class. Instructor: Denise Cassidy Wood - Certified Golden Artist Educator Techniques: Sgraffito, Acrylic Skins, Sculpting with Texture Theme: Nature Materials Used (all provided): Canvas, canvas boards, GOLDEN paints (High Flow, Fluid and Heavy Body), GOLDEN Textures, GOLDEN Mediums
Open to adults 17+
Space is limited! Please register by May 9. Call: 734-720-0671 or purchase online below (online includes a $2 service charge).
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Please note: Class schedules may change from time to time due to holidays, illness, etc. Please check our website, facebook or call the DCA at 734-720-0671 for updates and closings.
The Downriver Council for the Arts is a non-profit, 501(c)3 regional arts organization that represents, promotes and serves 21 Downriver communities in Southeast Michigan. Our mission is to enrich the quality of life in the Downriver communities by advocating and promoting the arts and providing opportunities for involvement and participation in arts and cultural activities. The Downriver Council for the Arts (DCA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides services without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex or handicap. Funding for the DCA comes from grants, donations, membership, fundraising events, and gallery sales.