Acrylic Painting: Creating a Complex Surface
Instructor Linda Hope
Starting with self-selected photographic sources, the student will be encouraged to take advantage of multiple techniques to develop the surface of a painting. Using a “felt” response to the elements in the source imagery as a starting point, students will be guided through the development of a complex painted surface, by varying acrylic techniques as needed to create an expressive and personal statement. Students should bring two sources: a copy of a favorite painting by another artist from the past and any photographic source on which to base a painting. Please bring a real image on paper, not an image on a phone. All levels are welcome!
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Image credit: Tim Hamilton
$10.00 materials fee paid to the instructor
10/8/2019-11/12/2019 (Note there will be no meeting on 10/15/19)
Fort Mason (2 Marina Blvd – Bldg B, San Francisco, CA 94123)