We are having an Art Class Exhibition and we would love you to come – the details are below – please could you spread the word and let others know.
The photos of some of your work this term are now ready for viewing – just select the tab “Spring Term Gallery 2016” in the menu bar – Good Stuff
Here’s a taster – Enjoy
For anyone who is wanting to add texture to their Artwork here’s a recipe that Maureen found and tried with very good results
- 1/2 cup Baking Soda
- 2 Tablespoons white school glue (PVA)
- 1-2 Tablespoons White Acrylic Paint
- Water if required
Instructions: I took an air tight container and put in my baking soda. I then added the glue, acrylic paint and started mixing until I got a smooth consistency (I added a few drops of water to get it to the right consistency I wanted). There are many types of texture mediums in the store from light to heavy so the amount of water you add will depend on the heaviness of the texture you are looking for. DONE!
The mixture keeps well in an air tight container. In my research I also saw some recipes that used talcum powder instead of baking soda.
Hi All – I’ve now uploaded your Cezanne masterpieces! Take a look and see if you can find yours – just click on the “Your Still Lives” tab in the menu bar.
I’ve had another brilliant term with you all and I think you’re all wonderful. Have a wonderful Christmas and see you all in the New Year
Hope your all enjoying the Summer
Just to remind you that Classes are starting again soon and this term we will be looking at
So get your paints and brushes ready because its going to get EXCITING –
Please can you let others know that we are starting an Evening Class this September.