David Bottini: Acrylic Glazed Landscape

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EVENT:
David Bottini: Acrylic Glazed Landscape
DATE:
Friday, January 28, 2022 • 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Hybrid, 3 class sessions:

Online Jan 21, 11am-12pm

In person Jan 28, 11am-1pm

Online Feb 11, 11am-1p

$125 +supplies

Call 301-739-5727 to register

Students will develop an acrylic painting on canvas using a layered, glazing method. Students will work from direct observation, quick sketches and photos, begin with a basic under-painting, and then build the depth illusion and light effects using layers of glazing (semi-transparent and almost opaque layers of paint).

 

David Bottini

Materials List:  David Bottini, painting workshop

“High-load” or “heavy-body” acrylic paints (Golden Brand is preferred, or Liquitex Heavy Body, or Windsor Newton)  *Essential

*Primary Red (often called Magenta, Cadmium Red Light will work)

*Primary Yellow (often called Lemon Yellow, Cadmium Yellow Light)

*Primary Blue (often called Cyan Blue, Cobalt Blue is acceptable)

*Burnt Umber

*Titanium White

Yellow Ochre

Alizarin Crimson

Jenkins Green (or Hookers Green)

(If wanting additional colors:  Light Violet, Light Ultramarine Blue,

Indian Yellow, Teal, Green Gold, Quinacridone Burnt Orange)

*Black India Ink (permanent ink)

Mediums

*Acrylic gel medium (Golden or Liquitex)

*Acrylic glazing liquid (Golden)

Brushes and palette knife

      *Assorted brushes, softer or bristle, flats and rounds most versatile

*Palette or Palette Paper/Pad

Panels or stretched canvas

  1in the 11”x14” to 12”x16” range

Sketching Materials

     1or 2 drawing pencils (4B, 6B) and white paper (for use at-home)

Cleaning materials/towel roll

Camera

 

NOTE:  Howard’s Art Supply, 1256 Dual Highway, Hagerstown, 301-733-2722,

carries Golden Heavy-body acrylic paints and Golden acrylic gel medium and Golden glazing liquid. They also carry all the additional supply options.

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To register for events, you may contact the Museum on-line, by calling (301) 739-5727, or via email at info@wcmfa.org.

For Art Class Schedule and Registration, click here: wcmfa.org/learn/classes/.