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Acrylics - Loose 'n Luscious

Glorious paint, loose and luscious, fresh and lively, or subdued and serene. Learn how to infuse your paintings with more atmosphere and feeling.

I’m thrilled to be back on board with the Camp Creative team for 2018 and many thanks to Sarah Mufford for standing in for me at the 11th hour, whilst I recovered from surgery. Acrylics are the most versatile and forgiving of all mediums, suitable for both the beginner and experienced painter. Explore the versatility of acrylics, such as pouring, splattering, scraping etc. and enjoy the unexpected, together with planned and purposeful brushwork.

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  • Adults: $396.00
  • Under 18: $242.00

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Details

Age 16+
Skill Level Everyone
Time slot Whole Day
Status bookings open July 1, 2018.
Location Bellingen High School

More about the course

 Learn more techniques to resolve problems.  Discover the excitement of beautifully orchestrated colour and the elements of a successful composition.

This course is suitable for people with some experience in acrylics who want to learn new techniques and loosen up their current style.  We will be working both on paper and on canvas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tutor

Ros Robertson

Ros Robertson

 

Ros is a well-known local artist whose contemporary landscape paintings have won numerous awards during a professional career of more than thirty years. Her work is held in many private and corporate collections in Australia and overseas. A popular teacher, Ros shares her broad experience generously, gained over this thirty year period of painting.


Course Requirements

Materials List.                           
1.  Plastic cloth to protect table.  (available bargain stores)
2.  Two sturdy water containers.
3.   One water spray.
4.   A couple of palettes (I like those plastic chopping boards from bargain stores.)  They are light and easily washed.
5. A few palette knives,  plus a set of scrapers, (not the heavy duty type for removing flaking paint…more flexible, probably for applying polyfiller etc… They are rectangular and come in a set of three.
6. An apron to protect your clothing.
7.  A selection of brushes mostly large ( eg. sizes 10 to 12), round, flat and filbert,  a soft haired wash brush plus a rigger or liner brush.  Include one house painting brush for applying gesso (Monarch is a good brand…soft and doesn’t lose hairs.) Available paint stores or Bunnings.
8. Glad wrap for covering your palette between painting sessions.
9. Paper.  Cartridge paper or a sketch book plus drawing materials, charcoal, pencils and ink plus four sheets of a heavier paper  suitable for painting and mixed media.( ie., won’t buckle when wet.)   Canaletto is an inexpensive option (around $4.00 per sheet).
10.  Canvas x 3. Preferably already prepared with two coats of gesso so they are dry and ready for use.  At least 1 or 2 large ones please. (approx.. 760cm x 610).  Other canvas’s could be smaller.  By all means gesso over some old paintings for spares.
11. Paints. If you already have a selection of paints that you’re keen to use by all means bring those.  If you’re new to acrylics I would suggest that you buy a minimum number of colours in a good brand.  Essentials are a cool and a warm of each of the primaries (ie. Two reds, two blues, and two yellows…..one warm and one cool) plus white and black.
12. Mediums.  A jar of gel medium (regular consistency) and a jar of acrylic painting medium (a milky fluid that dries clear).
13. Gesso for preparing canvas, and for editing.
14. A few small dishes for mixing washes and a couple of paint rags.
 
15. Finally your own reference material, from photographs and drawings that particularly interest you.  Bring at least few options.  These may include unusual subjects that lead to ideas for abstracting, or more traditional options. 
 

 


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