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Tutorial $25
5pm MT (7pm EST)
A colourful and vibrant rainy night in June is our inspiration. These
evenings are designed to inspire, connect & just simply have fun in the comfort of your personal space.
  • CANVAS 11x14, 12x16 or similar
  • Acrylic paints: Primary Yellow or Hansa/Lemon Yellow, Cadium Yellow, Lavender Purple, Dioxide/Eggplant Purple, Orange, Red (Napthol or Cadium),Light Phtalo Blue/Pale Blue, Phtalo Blue/ Ultramarine, Titanium White, Black. OPTIONAL* Medium Magenta (Pinkish shade)
Note* The above list with specific names of paint are suggestions. Anything close to it is perfect. It's not necessary to use expensive paints. The professional grades have more pigment than student. I like Amsterdam paint for an economical option with higher pigment. Michael's carries Artist's Loft as their student grade & professional acrylic set option.
  • Table Top Easel
  • Variety of Brushes Big flat, small flat brush (1/2inch or smaller), Rounds size 4 or similar, detailed small tip 
  • Palette Knives 2 or 3
  • Paper Towel & Rag for cleaning brushes in between coats
  • Hair Dryer is handy (in case you need to speed up drying time)
  • A palette for your paints - Plastic white plate works well or even better palette paper
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How ONLINE Classes work
Once registered, I'll send you a link with the meeting number & password. The session will be recorded & available to download for 1 week.
PIN DEMO you can choose to pin the demo to avoid the screen bouncing from one person to the other when people are talking. Double tap the demo and click 'PIN'. Depending on your device you might have to scroll on your phone to find the demo. Make sure you are in 'Gallery View' on your iPad or desktop. Click on the 3 dots on the demo box to pin
A printed version of the reference image is very handy to have. Otherwise using another device to reference is just as convenient. To avoid your screen from turning off on your device:
General Settings> Display & Brightness > Auto Lock > Never
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