Dynamic Acrylic Painting for Kids
Try your hand at painting! Transfer your imagination to canvas! Don't worry if you can't draw very well, painting is as much imagination as drawing skill. You don't even need to color inside the lines, because there are no lines.
This workshop shows you how to create paintings using the acrylic medium, a water-based, versatile paint that is more forgiving than watercolor or oil.
What will be covered
- Day 1
- Acrylic medium overview
- Proper canvas preparation
- Project 1: Solid Color painting
- Project 2: Still Life Alla Prima
- Project 3: Textured Abstract
- Project 4: Prismatic Portrait
This project involves painting with solid colors reminiscent of stained glass windows, a style used by modern painters such as Mondrian.
Participants paint a still life subject in the impressionist style, using brush and palette knife.Day 2
Using a base textured medium, participants create dimensional abstract art.
Not your traditional style of painting portraits, prismatic portraits are created using vivid colors for a more striking rendition of the subject.
At the end of the workshop, each participant can bring home all their finished paintings.
Who should attend
Open to anyone interested in learning acrylic painting, or starting out in art.
What to bring
All supplies will be provided (desktop easels, canvas board, paints, paint brush, paint palette, palette knife, apron...etc). All you need to bring is lot of enthusiasm and willingness to learn. At the end of the workshop, each participant can bring home all their finished paintings (Project 1-4).
About the instructor
Ronna Lara-Bes is a practicing artist, whose multi-disciplinary specialties are: painting (oil, acrylic, and watercolor), sculptures (clay, resin, 3D printing, assemblage) and photography. She has successfully launched two solo exhibitions in Manila, and her works have also been exhibited in Vienna, Rome, and Leeds (UK). Ronna is a member of the faculty of Feati University’s School of Fine Arts.
- 2nd Place Winner: Manila Bulletin Sketchfest 2016, Exhibition Category
- Semi-Finalist: Metrobank's MADE Awards, Sculpture Category
More samples: acrylic on canvas painting
- to be announced
9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
PhP 6,950 (USD 174)
Includes materials, lunch and snacks.
Be sure to read the Registration Info before registering.