Paint Nite: Cactus In The Sunset
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Looking for something FUN to do? Why not grab a paintbrush and your favorite drink and snack as we paint together, step-by-step (virtually), to re-create this lovely painting! Link to your Zoom event will be sent to you.
Join us to ring in the cozy season with this America the Beautiful.
Supplies suggested: 11x14, 12x16 or 16x20 canvas, acrylic paints in primary colors, optional: green, brown, burnt umber, orange, brushes, rag, cup of water and a good attitude! Brushes consisting of variety with detail, fan, found, small and medium brushes, one large 1" flat brush
We are so excited to paint with you! We look forward to giving you, your children and everyone who signs up, a wonderful, creative time to enjoy together virtually through ‘ZOOM”!
I realized as soon as I was old enough to hold a pencil that I could draw. My drawings were so realistic that as I child I would sell pictures to my classmates of their pets to them for 15 cents. I never stopped drawing. When I was sitting in boring meetings I would draw the people sitting in the meetings. Now that I am retired, I have enjoyed teaching drawing, painting, and colored pencil to others. Drawing and painting is a series of processes, along with the powers of observation. I may have had naturally obtained powers of observation with hand and eye coordination, but all of that can be learned, and I have taught children as young as 4 and others in their 70s. It is wonderfully relaxing and confidence boosting. You will never look nature the same again. Now I am a painting fiend, I am a member of the Art Association, and am on the board of directors of the local art gallery.
I want a refund.
The host kept going fast, we had to tell her several times to slow down. She also did not seem to have a good grasp of how to do the painting. Besides that she was easy to follow.
Very disappointing!!! She was not easy to follow. She gave us instructions and then would change her mind and tell us to change how we were mixing colors. She was not good at explaining what she was doing and how we could do it. She wasn't fun. She was dul