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Expressive Acrylic with Jacqui Beck, FREE Demos, October 27th, 2012

"Farmyard Collective" by Jacqui Beck
 
 
Expressive Acrylic with Jacqui Beck
Saturday, October 27th, 2012
at 11 am & 1:30 pm - FREE demos!

Jacqui will be demonstrating a wide range of uses of acrylic paints and products. She will also show how to use collaging, underpainting, and layering techniques as you bring more life to your paintings, and more enjoyment to your painting process. Discover techniques that lend themselves to increasing the tendency to experiment, loosen up, and be more expressive.

Some topics Jacqui will demonstrate

-How to set up and paint with acrylics
-Acrylic paints and mediums
-Stages of a painting: from inception to gallery
-Preparing canvases
-Texture
-Collage
-Stamping
-Paint application, layering and edges
*toning, underpainting, impasto, rubbing in color, glazing, veiling, faking underpainting
-Dealing with "mistakes" and your inner critic, and loosening up
-Making changes and finishing a painting

Even if you have attended a demo with Jacqui before, you’ll enjoy seeing all the new things she has been experimenting with. Bring your questions and come early to enjoy the lively and inspiring presentation from this creative artist.



This FREE demo is a great preview to Jacqui’s Workshop:

Expressive Acrylic & Mixed Media Workshop with Jacqui Beck
Sunday, November 18th, 2012. 
11 am to 5 pm.
$85 for the 1-day workshop.
This workshop offers a wonderful opportunity to learn to
paint more expressively and personally.
Discover techniques that lend themselves to increasing the tendency to
experiment, loosen up, and be more expressive.
Learn how to use collaging, under-painting, and
layering techniques as you bring more life to your paintings and
more enjoyment to your painting process.
This workshop is open to participants with all levels of experience.

Space for Jacqui’s Workshop is limited, to register,
please call the Bellevue Store at: 425-643-1781.

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