3D Acrylic & Gold Leaf Class (Christmas Cards!)

Come and play with acrylics and gold leaf
at the Watercolor Art Society-Houston

Join us Fridays
November 3 and 10, 2 – 5 pm

Supply list:

Package of any plain white greeting cards (watercolor paper not necessary) or watercolor paper to fold into cards.  Size is up to you.

A small pile of junk mail advertisements, newspaper or catalogs. 

Small selection of acrylics (any type, even craft paint will do): especially green, blue, white, red. 

Small amount of matte medium. 

Cheap brushes to apply acrylics & matte medium. 

Sheets of gold leaf such as ArtMinds Ready Leaf Gold sheets. We will have extra…

Glue for gold leaf such as 2 oz Speedball Metal Leaf Adhesive Size.  We will have extra…

1 Soft (good) watercolor brush, ½ – 1” flat specifically to handle & apply gold leaf. Do not use this with the adhesive!

Click HERE for information and to register

Poppies at Mayville Watercolors this week

Aren’t they grand?! Click to enlarge…

Class of Opaque Whites + a Few More Fall Trees

Beautiful work!

Trees!

This week students did beautiful work.  Click on a painting to see slide show:

August 15 & 16 Monet Paintings–What a Show!

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Tuesday and Wednesday’s classes produced such beautiful paintings!

 

 

Aug 14 Monet Water Lilies

The class yesterday channeled Monet using acrylics on canvas.  I know I keep saying this day after day but everyone did a wonderful job!  Bravo!

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August 11 Sunset Paintings!

More beautiful paintings at Mayville Watercolors:

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Chautauqua Sunsets Painted August 9

Aren’t these beautiful?  Click on any image to view 100% size.

 

Painting a Sunset in Mayville

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Yesterday (July 8, 2017) at Mayville Watercolors every artist did stunning work!

 

“Every new painting is like throwing myself into the water without knowing how to swim.” – Édouard Manet. "If you hear a voice within you say 'you cannot paint,' then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced." – Vincent Van Gogh

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