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Acrylic: Remedies for Painting Problems

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Wednesdays, October 11, 18, & 25   10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Instructor: Randy Hayashi

Are you an acrylic painter who is looking for an objective eye to help make your painting better? Are you stuck in a rut with your painting process and are looking for a fresh approach? Acrylics are a fast-drying, water-based media, which makes for easy clean up and versatility in application. However, acrylics can be frustrating because they dry quickly. Learn how to make this feature work for you instead of fighting it.

Bring paintings you're working on or start some new ones! This drop-in class is for any acrylic painter who is looking for some tips and tricks to improve composition and paint handling. The instructor will guide you in your creative process, show you a few techniques on your request, answer your questions, and be your mentor. These drop-in classes offer a relaxed social approach to learning and improving one's artistic techniques. As an excellent painter who has also trained as a teacher Randy is a great source of acrylic assistance.

Participants receive a 20% discount on supplies purchased for or during the class.

Paintings you are working on; paints, brushes and any other acrylic supplies you usually use.

If you need to purchase additional canvases, colours, brushes or other supplies they are all available here at a 20% discount!

Optional: Suitable art clothes, notepad, snack/lunch, drink. Bring a reference photo of a landscape you want to paint, if you wish.

About the Instructor: Randy Hayashi was born and raised in Edmonton and attended MacEwan University, completing a two-year program in Fine Arts. He continued his studies at the U of A, completing a BFA in Industrial Design in 1990 and later a BEd (2000). Randy is a full-time artist and is represented by Mountain Galleries in Jasper, Banff, and Whistler; Gainsborough Gallery in Calgary, and Matilda Swanson Gallery in Clarksburg, Ontario.