Overview: Embark on a captivating artistic journey as we explore the mesmerizing world of painting water and sailboats in acrylic. Over the course of five weeks, participants will learn essential techniques for capturing the dynamic movement, transparency, and luminosity of water, as well as the timeless elegance of sailboats gliding across the waves. From mastering the play of light on water surfaces to creating realistic underwater landscapes, each session will offer hands-on instruction, demonstrations, and personalized guidance from the instructor. Whether you’re a novice or seasoned painter, “Sea & Sail” promises to inspire creativity, foster camaraderie, and provide a fun and enriching experience for all participants.

Course Breakdown:

  1. Setting Sail: Introduction to acrylic painting techniques; sketching sailboat composition; beginning seascape background.
  2. Waves and Reflections: Painting realistic waves and reflections; understanding light and shadow on water surfaces.
  3. Underwater Worlds: Exploring transparent water effects; painting underwater landscapes and marine life.
  4. Detailing the Boat: Refining sailboat details; adding texture and depth to the boat’s structure.
  5. Bringing it All Together: Finalizing the seascape painting; reviewing techniques; celebrating individual artworks

Join us for an inspiring and fun-filled artistic adventure! All supplies included. Held at the
South Lake Art League
776 W Montrose St
Clermont, FL 34711

Reserve Your Spot with Beyond the Brush

The Acrylic classes are weekly. These super informative sessions can be attended once or come each time to learn and practice a different skill.
You can book directly on this page below by selecting the instructor ‘Nicole Burnett’ and choosing your class by date.

You can pay for supplies by sending $ via cash app or venmo to the addresses shown on the flier below.

Classes at South Lake Art League

Paint & Sip Parties

Partner Painting Paint & Sip Party – Friday, Feb 9 (Valentine’s Event)

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