Abstracts in Acrylic : 1 Session
Black Keys by Emily Weil
About the instructor: Emily Weil is a painter who works in watercolor and acrylic and needs to paint as much as she needs to breathe. Her work has been shown at Slate Gallery in Oakland and Jco’s Place Gallery in Los Gatos, and she has exhibited at East Bay Open Studios since 2008, when her painting was featured on the directory cover. She obtained a BFA in graphic design from the California College of Arts and Crafts and operates a freelance design business, Red Eye Design, from her home in Alameda where she lives on a floating home. Emily loves to roam around and paint outside at Alameda point, Mare Island, Treasure Island, and various sites in San Diego, trying to capture the feeling of a particular place. She has a daily painting practice and tries to sketch with watercolor or spend time in her studio in Oakland every day.
Title: Abstracts in Acrylic: 1 Session
Instructor: Emily Weil
Date: August 10
Day & Time: Saturday, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Description: Free your creative self, unlearn and let go of discouraging art class experiences. Learn how to paint abstracts with abandon and freedom using acrylic paints. In this workshop, you will learn how to mix acrylic paints, create shapes and experiment with abstract using Ampersand brand claybord.
Fees: $55 Members; $65 Non-members
Materials: Downloadable list or you have the option of $20 fee for mini paint palette and claybord; Please bring medium or large brush and 6-8 (if possible) plastic tubs for mixing paint and water — please also bring 3 smaller containers to hold the paint itself. Brush will be loaned for the workshop if needed. Materials fee payable to instructor on day of workshop
Notes: All skill levels; 16 years old and above Minimum enrollment required for workshop to proceed. No prerequisite. Limited seating!
Join Emily for a free acrylic demo on Saturday, July 20 at 2:00 pm.
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All artwork work is property of and by Emily Weil To learn more about Emily and view her work, please visit her website at EmilyWeilArt.