"The Delicate Nature of Acrylics."
 
Sometimes folks think acrylic is less delicate or expressive.  Wait and see what you think. I have had quite a few specific requests from styles to scheduling.
 
Here's what's coming together:
 
On Tuesday mornings from 9 am to noon I've gathered some of the most talented artists in the area, who work in acrylics in a variety of styles and subject matters, (Peggy Brierton, Carol Kemp, Sukey Buchanan, Carol Carbine to get started) all of whom reflect a certain delicacy either in vision, technique, or subject matter. Each artist will be a guest artist for one month. We also have the option of multiple months with a selected artist.
 
Here we go.....We begin with Peggy Brierton, a beautiful landscape painter, who used to have her own Zaca Creek Gallery. She is easy to be with; easy to question; easy to get help....good with simplifying a composition, too! Just look at her beautiful work:  Landscape can be a good way to start before we get contemporary or abstract.
 

 







 

 

 

        
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Peggy's class will begin on May 9th, and continue May 16, 23, 30.  "Getting Started With Acrylic Landscapes."
 
Then in June we'll have a different artist, the creative, fearless, Carol Kemp, exploring symbols and personal emotional/spiritual journeys. The work could include acrylic painting with some collage or sewing or cut-outs.  Carol is open wide to creating.
 
In July I'm hoping to confirm Carol Carbine, who actually is an oil painter,
but will be glad to spend a month in acrylic with us, learning to paint CLOUDS.
 
Remember her cloud series??
There's more ideas coming....things are coming together!
But if you are interested, please let me know so I can invite you into the planning process...
we can have input on the direction we want to take, exploring
 
"
The Delicate Nature of Acrylics"