Workshop: Acrylic Painting for Teens
When: Monday 15 January, 10.30am - 4.30pm
Where: Studio with Commonwealth Growth Centre, MAMA.
In this full day art workshop, teens will gain a comprehensive introduction to Acrylic Painting with artist Alison Percy.
Students will be taken step by step through the planning and preparation of a canvas, along with beginner techniques to start building your artwork. Alison will help you relax and enjoy the process, as your skill and confidence builds.
In this fantastic beginner course you will learn the foundations of painting with acrylics, including:
- Selecting and preparing your painting surface
- Colour mixing using a limited palette
- Introduction to composition, colour and tone
- Finding your subject matter
- Capturing the essence of what you see
- Understanding your tools: types of brushes, paints and supports
Following this course, students that are interested in continuing further study in Acrylic Painting will be well placed to continue in Term One with Acrylic Painting - Level One course, beginning 30 January.
Meet Alison Percy
Alison's work reflects a fascination in the balance and sensitivity of fluid line inspired by natural forms across figurative, landscape and floral subjects. Imagery is formed using ink, charcoal, acrylic paint, soft pastel and watercolour onto canvas and paper. A quiet energy is felt during mark making, allowing the work to take on a layered and reflective journey. Intuitive use of fluid line and colour evokes an honest connection through the artist and onto the surface.
Alison's energetic and passionate nature is evident across her work. It reflects a delight in transforming observations, captured or remembered images into figurative, landscape or floral works. Alison produces paintings and drawings for exhibition, private sale and commission.
As a tutor, students are encouraged to relax and enjoy the journey - while exploring their individual style and learning to really see.
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