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Online Painting Class - Acrylic Red Geranium Still Life with Instructor Sue Pruett, MDA

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Online Painting Class - Learn to paint red geraniums in this Tuscan inspired still life painting. 

Learning Outcome:

  • The composition offers the student an opportunity to explore many faux techniques and a wide variety of textures such as the red bricks, concrete and stone wall.
  • Create an aged stone effect in the stone wall.
  • Learn to paint Geranium flowers using a wet in wet impressionistic technique. 
  • Learn how to create the look of three dimensional worn terracotta pots.
  • Learn how to create the painting effects of aged and mottled plaster walls.
  • Discover the tricks for creating depth and dimension using perspective.

Join Sue as she shares her techniques and walks the student through each painting, step by step with streaming videos and photographs. For the Intermediate to advanced student.

Class Video Overview - Take a look!

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How Is this Class Presented?

 

Student Support: Streaming video, text lessons, forum discussions, and individual student critiques.

 

  • This online class is presented with 7 hours of step by step video. Videos are broken down into an average of 20 minute segments.
  • The student can watch teacher Sue Pruett paint through each step of the composition and view many close up shots showing all the details.
  • Students have the best  close up seat in the house as they watch right over the teachers shoulder and see just how the brush is held and how colors are applied and blended.
  • Included in the class materials are written text lessons to support the videos, line drawing and supply lists making painting easier than ever.
  • Classroom forums offer students the opportunity of uploading their painting (photographs)to receive teacher critique and feedback along the way. This feature is unlimited.
  • And don't forget, you have Unlimited class access 24/7 - your classes with us never expire!

 


Inspired by her love of the Tuscan countryside, artist Sue Pruett created this acrylic composition to teach several wet in wet painting techniques.

If home decor is one of your interests, this 18"x 36", or 24"x36"  gallery canvas will make a lovely statement in any room and of  course you can always reduce the line drawing and paint it at a smaller size too.

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Media - Acrylic

Canvas Size - 18 x 36 or 24x36 (your choice)

  • Unlimited classroom access - your time doesn't expire.
 

Class Supplies:

Please Note - These are the supplies that I have used, if you have close substitutions, feel free to use them or contact me via email if you are unsure.

DecoArt Traditions Artist's Acrylics

(pigment numbers
Carbon Black (PBlk 7)
Burnt Sienna (PBR.7)
Burnt Umber (PBr.7)
Brown Madder (PR175)
Dark Grey Value 3 (PBlk7, PW6)
Hansa Yellow (PY74)
Indian Yellow (PY139)
Lt. Value Grey (PBlk7, PW6)
Medium Beige (PBr.7, PY42, PW6)
Medium Grey (PBlk7, PW6)
Medium White (PW6, PBr7 RU, PY42)
Naphthol Red Light (PR9)
Naphthol Red (PR170)
Pine Green (PBr7 RS, PB 15:3, PY83)
Quinacridone Gold (PO48)
Quinacridone Violet (PV122) (or Red Violet)
Raw Sienna (PBr7 RS)
Raw Umber (PBr7)
Ultramarine Blue (PB29)
Warm White (PW6, PY42)
Yellow Oxide (PY42) 

Traditions Mediums:
Extender & Blending Medium
Glazing Medium
Satin Varnish

DecoArt Mediums
Media Sand Paste
Dimensional Effects or Media Modeling Paste

Brushes – DecoArt Traditions (assorted flats, filberts, mops, below are the brushes I will use, these are suggestions you can use whatever brushes you work with).

TB11 – 3/0 Liner

TB12 – 0 Liner

TB33 – 8 Flat

TB34 – 10 Flat

TB35 – 12 Flat

TB36 – ½” Flat

TB37 – ¾” Flat

TB38 – 1” Flat

TB41 – 6 Filbert

TB42 – 8 Filbert

TB43 – 10 Filbert

TB44 – 12 Filbert

TB74 – ½” Angle

TB92 – 10 Dome Blender

TB102 – 1 Mini Mop

TB111 – 3/8 Blender Mop

TB112 – ¾” Blender Mop

TB122 – 1” Soft White Mop

 

Canvas Surface

18” x 36”, or 24" x 36" Gallery Canvas available from your local art supply store.
NOTE: The line drawing supplied fits the 18x36 and can easily be adjusted for the larger size canvas.  I will be using the 24x36 in the video so I can show how to stretch the drawing.

- Prepare canvas surface by sanding, or applying acrylic Gesso if needed.


Basic Supplies

Tracing paper, or clear acetate

Fine Point Permanent Marker

Light and dark graphite paper

Roll of paper towels

Plaid Magic Scotch tape

12" or 18” See-Thru Ruler or T-Square

Palette knife

Wax palette paper

Water bucket

Wet Palette Container

*Small container to hold extender medium

Assorted sea sponges

Miracle Sponge (flat sponge when you add water it expands)

 

 

 

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  1. Absolutely outstanding class

    Posted by Margo M. on 2nd Dec 2015

    This is such an outstanding class! It is a big painting, but everything is shown in great detail! A lot of close-ups on the video, so many hours of clear explanations, excellent instructions. Love the new techniques: the cement texture, the bricks, the walls effect, flowers... everything. If you take this class, you are going to love it!!! Thank you so much for everything you do, Sue! You are my most favorite teacher! Please make more still life classes!!! :)


  2. Love this class!

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Oct 2015

    Sues attention to detail is wonderful and I love how she not only shows us but tells us exactly how and what she is doing! Another excellent class!



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