Paint Like Me: Exploring the Process of Vanessa McConnell
Friday, October 1 at 2 PM PST
Learn more about exhibition artist Vanessa McConnell’s painting process and create your own work with ECF Art Centers teaching artists Alexandra Bunch and Juan Carlos Ornelas.
Co-presented by ECF Art Centers.
This program is free and open to all. Advance registration is required; click on the link below to register. Upon completing the registration form, you will see a confirmation page with the Zoom login information listed. You will also receive a separate confirmation email and reminder closer to the program date.
Supply List and Additional Information:
Canvas board 11 x 14 inches or larger
Acrylic paint in a variety of colors (primary colors are recommended)
Blue painters tape about 1 inch thickness
Gel medium thickening gel (Liquitex)
Flat paint brushes (medium and large sizes)
Prep work is highly encouraged before the workshop begins. Please allow enough dry time for your canvas or paper. Apply several layers of paint to your surface as desired.
Keep in mind you will be blocking areas with tape and adding more paint. Once the tape is removed all visible layers will be revealed.
Link to register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfW5qv3WbDdGROycayYMB2cV3Mr7YcfxVq1iI648IUHqeunRw/viewform
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