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ONLINE CLASS - How to Paint Wild Roses - Acrylic Flower Painting with Artist Gaby Hunter

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ONLINE CLASS - How to Paint Wild Roses - Acrylic Flower Painting with Artist Gaby Hunter


Jump right in...this is sure to get you excited about painting!

Online Painting Class

Media: Acrylic

So the painting bug has bitten you and you're ready to jump right in. Perhaps you're a little bit scared and wondering if this might be over your head. Absolutely not. This online painting class has been created for the first time painter who has never painted before! No we're not kidding you! No prior skill or painting experience is required.

Gaby will walk you through each step of the painting lesson, you'll have a step by step set of videos to follow, written lessons and loads of help along the way. There is no shortage of teacher support and feedback.


Art teacher Gaby Hunter designed this oversized, full blown flower composition to make a bold statement. Keeping details to a minimum, the new painter will gain confidence as they display this large contemporary painting in their home.



Wild Roses by Artist Gaby Hunter is a fun acrylic painting to display in any room of your home!

Here's a little snippet of the classroom videos!

Perfect for all age groups, the brilliant palette of colors is sure to be an attention getter!

  • Gaby will demonstrate each step, starting with a simple explanation of the basic artists tools and the wet in wet painting technique she uses.
  • Follow along with your instructor as you explore simple color mixing and blending.
  • Gaby offers the student two choices of subjects: The double flower on a large 24"x36" canvas and the single wild rose on a square 18"x18" canvas.
  • You can paint both compositions which will make a stunning and bold statement in your home.

Learn With Gaby's Simple Painting Steps!

Satisfy Your Curiousity And

Accomplish Something To Be Proud Of!


  • Students have unlimited access to class materials... no time limit restrictions.
  • Classroom forums - there are many classroom forums where students can upload photos of their work and ask for feedback from the instructor.


Sign up with a friend and make

this a fun project you can do together!


Supply List - Supplies not includes in tuition fee

Deco Art Traditions Artist's Acrylic Paints

DAT02 Naphthol Red

DAT03 Naphthol Red Light

DAT09 Vermillion

DAT24 Phthalo Blue

DAT26 Ultramarine Blue

DAT29 Aquamarine

DAT31 Dioxazine Purple

DAT35 Titanium White or DAT58 Opaque White

DAT51 Permanent Alizarin Crimson

DAT52 Hansa Yellow Medium

DAT54 Transparent Red Iron Oxide


Deco Art Mediums

DATM01 - Glazing Medium

DATM 02 - Extender and Blending Medium

DATM 04 - Satin Varnish



2 inch gesso brush

Deco Art Traditions Brushes

TB51 ¾ inch oval

TB21 or TB22 #4 or #3 round

TB122 1 inch Mop brush


Begin Here...This Class Was Created Just For You!


If You Like This Painting...

Here's another one that will make a great pair!



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  • 3

    Posted by Debbie AStle on 24th May 2016

    The instructions and photo's are excellent. I am giving it only 3 stars because the videos won't play in full screen.

  • 5
    Wild Roses are just WILD!!

    Posted by Tommie Inglesby on 9th May 2013

    Wild Roses is one lesson that couldn't be any easier to follow and Paint than any other lesson that is out there to be bought on-line, as you paint it the colors are so vivid once completed the Roses look so real you expect a honey bee to try and get some pollen from the stamin

  • 5
    Wild Roses

    Posted by Gordon Mackie on 16th Apr 2013

    Didn't use the Traditions acrylics as they are hard to get in Scotland !! However the techniques learned were great !!

  • 5
    10 stars!!!!

    Posted by Angela Mc Donald, Dallas, Texas on 8th Jul 2011

    So cool! when I got the newsletter last night I was so happy! new painters need fun lessons like this that look great instead of silly little stuff that I wouldn't hang in my home anyway! You guys know how to do it right!
    I will be signing up VERY soon.

  • 5
    Just what I have been looking for!

    Posted by Kenni on 8th Jul 2011

    Can't wait to take this course. The colors are so stunning and brilliant. Just what I need to liven my home.

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