Paint Handling Techniques in Oil
Is painting in a realistic style a struggle for you? Do you ever wonder why your picture often starts strong, but goes sour half way through? Often the colors look great, but the overall result “just doesn’t look right.” In this four week course, we will examine techniques in paint handling to improve the quality of your works and take them to that convincing finish you are after. We will take a close examination of rhythm of application and various brush maneuvers that will make textures like metal, glass and other still life subject matter come to life on canvas. Each night, students will leave with a small completed painting along with the tools needed to make every picture a success.
Thursday evenings 6:30-9:30pm
October 15, 22, 29 and November 5, 2015
Instructor: Paul Ableleira
Location: Studio 3D
$120 + materials (Members $105*)
Maximum of 10 students
Enrollment Option 1. ONLINE Payment may be made via Paypal with a Visa/Mastercard or with your Paypal account. Payment through Paypal with a Visa/Mastercard DOES NOT require you to have a Paypal account. Paypal is a secure, safe and private transaction.
*To enroll to this course as a member, please call us at 519-642-2767 or visit us in person.
Enrollment Option 2. Call us to enroll at 519-642-2767 or visit us in person during our operating hours, 12-5pm Tuesday-Saturday. You will be required to make payment with Visa or Mastercard by phone, or by debit, credit, cheque or cash in person.
*Course enrollment cutoff date is Friday October 9, 2015 by 5pm. Only 50% of your registration fee is refundable if cancellations are received with at least one week’s notice from the course start date. Fees will not be refunded after enrollment cutoff date. Minimum course enrollment is 5 students. If the minimum student enrollment is not reached by the cutoff date the course will be cancelled. If the course is cancelled tuition fees will be refunded in full. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.
Previous classes with Paul Abeleira (Tip: use arrow keys to scroll through pictures)