Feb 5 - Loose and Lively Palette Knife Painting with Kim Maselli

Feb 5 - Loose and Lively Palette Knife Painting with Kim Maselli
Item# KM170205
$120.00

Product Description

Instructor: Kim Maselli

Class Code: KM170205

Workshop Fee: $120

Medium: Oils or Acrylics

Sunday, February 5th, Noon-5:00pm (That's 5 hours of instruction, the same as a 10am-4pm workshop.)

For All Skill Levels!

Rediscover your passion for paint with dramatic palette knife painting. Enjoy the sensation of applying thick buttery paints to the canvas. Using a knife enables you to create interesting textures and encourages a lively, impressionist treatment that adds greatly to the impact of the finished painting. Learn to skip the details and focus on shapes, color and value and best of all - TEXTURE!

Palette knife painting is perfect for artists that want to avoid using solvents. Unlike a brush, you just wipe the knife clean and continue painting. Learn color, value and composition basics, while you master the techniques of painting with a palette knife. This is a great way to energize your painting and develop your own unique style - plus plenty of one-on-one assistance and encouragement from Kim.

Price includes paints and mediums for class use, a new palette knife, an instruction booklet, color wheel, mixed media paper to experiment on and plenty of one on one attention.

Supplies to bring:

Two to four palette knives of your choice.

You may want to bring a few brushes: 1 or 2 small - medium sized brushes (1/4-1/2) and a 1 soft polar flow brush

1 stretched canvas or canvas panel (any size between 8x10 and 16x20)

Palette paper pad or covered plastic palette holder

You can also bring some tubes of your favorite paint colors. In acrylics, I recommend Matisse. In oils, I recommend Lukas 1862 or Lukas Studio.

Roll of paper towels

3-4 reference photos that inspire you (printed or on an IPad. Cell phone images are too small to use as a reference.

Optional:

You can also bring some tubes of your favorite paint colors. In acrylics, I recommend Matisse. In oils, I recommend Lukas 1862 or Lukas Studio.