Acrylic Tracks in the Snow Snowman at Dog Park

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.

Today we’ll paint this fun winter landscape “Tracks in the Snow” inspired by an awesome photo of Dog Park Alaska by D’Anna Schumate!  You may also decide to add a snowman to the same process and paint palette for ‘Snowman at Dog Park’ 😊

This class is offered at Thomas Place as part of the Community Outreach Program for The City of Fort Worth and requires sign up through them. You can learn more about how by contacting them at the venue info below or by contacting me and/or signing up for my newsletter!

Don’t forget, if this is your first time painting with me, you get your supplies FREE! Just make sure to let me know!

 

Acrylic Chapel in the Snow

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.

I love the tranquility of ‘Chapel in the Snow’ a painting I created for us to paint from an amazing photo inspiration by Casey Homer on Unsplash. Don’t worry, I will have a tracing for the Chapel😊

Add $10 to the reg price and I will provide all supplies for this session!

Acrylic Cabin in the Snow

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.

 

Today I’ll show you how to use a fan brush to paint the trees in ‘Cabin in the Snow” a fun painting Zan tweaked from the Grumbacher lesson plan file😉

Add $10 to the regular price and I will provide all supplies for this session!

Acrylic Chapel in the Snow

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.

I love the tranquility of ‘Chapel in the Snow’ a new painting I created for us to paint from an amazing photo inspiration by Casey Homer  on Unsplash😊

Acrylic Chapel in the Snow

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.

I love the drama in  ‘Chapel in the Snow’ a new painting I created for us to paint from an amazing photo inspiration by Casey Homer Bishop on Unsplash 😊

Acrylic Tracks in the Snow

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.
Today we’ll paint this fun winter landscape “Tracks in the Snow” inspired by an awesome photo of Dog Park Alaska by D’Anna Schumate!
Add $10 to the regular price and I will provide all supplies for this session!
Stay all day and pay $40 for both classes (additional for supplies).

Acrylic Winter Drip Trees

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.
Today we’ll use acrylics and water to add ‘Winter Drip Tree’ to the Seasonal Drip Tree Series. Of course, it’s not necessary to have painted the others, as I will lead you through the entire process!
Add $10 to the regular price and I will provide all supplies for this session!

Acrylic Hoarfrost

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.
Today we will paint the icy winter scene ‘Hoarfrost’. We’ll do some sponging and scratching for a lovely impressionistic interpretation!
  
Add $10 to the regular price and I will provide all supplies for this session!
Stay all day and pay $40 for both classes (additional for supplies).

Acrylic Road Trip

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.

Today we’ll use our acrylics to paint Road Trip a lesson I created from an awesome photo taken by Jen Green! We’ll use palette knives and short brisk strokes to emphasize an impressionistic  style. It’s easier than it looks but of course I’ll show you how  😉

Acrylic Snowy Mountains in the Clouds

Explore the unique joys of working with acrylics – one of the most versatile and forgiving mediums of them all.

Today we will paint ‘Snowy Mountains in the Clouds”’ a lesson I created from a gorgeous photo by Micki Savage. I’ll show you a great technique for painting snow kissed conifers 😊