Acrylic Painting - Under African Skies Weds 5th & 12th Oct 7-9 pm
Acrylic Painting - Under African Skies
With Fiona Ní Ghliasáin
October Live Online Classes
Wednesday evenings 5th and 12th October 7pm-9pm
This online course is the third in a series of two week classes focusing on different aspects of nature based painting. All of the classes are interconnected and you can choose to engage with all or choose the blocks that you feel are most suited to your needs as an artist. The classes are guided and run in a relaxed manner so that you can develop at your own speed. These classes are guided online classes and are not recorded.
This two week course will focus on African Skies and silhouettes of animals. How to create distance in a sky line. Creating simple structures within the painting that give great effects. How low light can effect animals in a painting and how to utilise colour to get the best results. The style used in this class is abstract.
All of these classes are taught in a relaxed guided manner, with the aim of allowing you to develop your own artistic style, at a pace that best suits you.
Medium Filbert brush
Medium Round brush
Small Detail brush
Primed canvas or canvas bord. Bring a few with you or something to practice techniques before using the main canvas
Jar of water
Cloth or tissue
If you do not have all of these don't worry, bring what you can.
You can check out Fiona's work here: www.fionanighliasain.com
Anyone under the age of fourteen needs to be accompanied by a guardian.
Special rate available for two participants from one household.
48 Hours notice of cancelation is needed before the commencment of the course for a refund. If you cannot make it to one of the classes I will accomodate you as best possible in another one of the courses.
Fiona Ní Ghliasáin is a Professional Artist and Photographer and a Merrion Square Artist. Fiona Studied in both Crawford College of Art and Design and Grennan Mill and has First Class Honors in Fine art and Craft Design. She is a professional member of Visual artists Ireland and a member of The Design and Crafts council of Ireland and the made local campaign.