Paint Nite: Virtual Event - What the Cluck?
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
For those of you who want to try something new in the comfort of your home and add a new technique to your art belt, you can enjoy this experience right from your house ! Customize your painting with your favorite colors! Learn how to mix the colors and use different brush techniques to achieve this fun painting! Chickens are so delightful and definitely interesting company for sure!
This is a great doable piece to do with any kind of paint or even painting app on your tablet.
Supplies you need:
- canvas, paper, or wood
- acrylic paints (white, blue, red, yellow, black or substitute other colors)
- paper towel or rag
- water cup (for your brushes, not to drink! )
- a large flat brush, a medium round brush, a small liner brush
- a sense of adventure and a willingness to try!
Facebook & Instagram @ArtistChristinaDavis
Art instructor and fine artist in the beautiful valleys of Virginia and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Christina teaches thru dialogue, encouragement, and breaking down visual elements into simple steps. She works with mixed media to create portraits of pets or figurative figures. She loves sharing tips and tricks from over the years of teaching in schools, studios, and now..ONLINE! Read all the great five-star reviews ***** on Facebook and check out her work on Instagram @artistchristinadavis Contact thru email too: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christina is very thorough, patient, and encouraging...her voice is soothing & professional, she really boosted my confidence in my painting abilities having her as a host. She's also quite the comedian so we had a lot of fun creating our masterpieces.
The host was excellent she explained everything extremely clearly but when we got into the actual painting after about an hour of framing she went really fast and I feel like she should have stopped after the arm stopped after the hand stopped after the ph
Host had a soothing voice and atmosphere but we needed a bit more time to execute her instructions. A little more encouragement for new painters would have been helpful.