DEC 27 // ACRYLIC PAINTING

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DEC 27 // ACRYLIC PAINTING

38.00

3P- 5:30PM

Intro to Acrylics: Exploring the art of Paul Klee

In this beginner level class, we will cover basic acrylic painting techniques including color mixing and color theory. A survey of Surrealism and Cubism will be included as we study the unique painting style of Swiss painter Paul Klee (pronounced “Clay”). Klee is famous for his simple yet sophisticated use of color and shapes, and his sense of humor incorporated into his subject matter. Klee: “A line is a dot that went for a walk.” Experimental techniques will be introduced, and a fun new approach to painting will be the end result. This class is perfect for someone interested in loosing up their style, and developing their understanding of color theory.

PROVIDED SUPPLIES:
(all supplies are provided for class)

CONSIDER BRINGING, BUT NOT NECESSARY:

waterbottle
snacks

NOTE: 
This class has a minimum sign-up of five (5) participants to run. In the event the class is cancelled, all participants will be notified 24 hours in advance. Please read our cancellation policy.

ABOUT CAROLE SESKO

Lake Tahoe-Truckee based artist Carole Sesko has an endless fascination with color, form, and texture. Primarily, she works with acrylic paints and mediums applied onto wood, canvas, metal, and paper. Often she mixes new materials with recycled objects, creating a fresh context for the viewer to interpret and share.

Her work is process driven, inspired by adding and subtracting elements, resolving their balance until the artwork achieves a unified flow. Trained in design as well as art, Carole first started painting with acrylic on canvas in 1993. Through experimentation she developed a technique of layering metallic paint with solid colors to achieve iridescence and vibrancy. Many of her art works change color relative to the angle from which they are viewed.

“My life long love of music strongly influences my paintings. Before I turned to visual art, I studied piano and guitar, music theory, history of western music, and ethnomusicology. My tastes are wide ranging; I respond to anything authentic and innovative. My approach to art is similar to creating a musical composition, working with structure, rhythm, harmony, and vibration.” Originally from the Berkshires in Massachusetts, Carole received an Associate of Arts from Simon’s Rock College, and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from the University of California, Davis. Her artwork has been collected throughout North America.

Carole teaches mixed media and collage through the Artist in Residence program at Martis Camp, and exhibits frequently in the Truckee / Tahoe / Reno area.

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