Held at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts 19805 W. Capitol Drive Brookfield, WI
Saturday, July 21
10:00am – 2:30pm*
With an emphasis on composition, speed, and gesture, this class will be a fun one-day experience in painting. Work on loosening up, achieving bold brushwork, and expressing your mood. Exercises will help students get painting. Class discussion will help students understand their results.
Supplies not included.
*Please bring a sack lunch to eat during a short class intermission
The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts 19805 W. Capitol Drive Brookfield, WI
Tuesdays June 5-26, 6-8pm
Knife painting allows the artist to loosen up and achieve a more impressionistic look, using thick creamy paint to create vibrant, colorful surfaces. Working from photo and life, students will learn how to handle painting knives in order to achieve unique texture and an impasto surface on their paintings with acrylics. The class will cover techniques in knife manipulation as well as direct painting methods and color observation.