Local painter Angela Anderson will lead this class designed to teach the basic principles of painting. If you have enjoyed Paint Nights and are ready to move on, this is the class for you.
We will learn to arrange dynamic compositions using color. We will also learn color mixing techniques and practice creating more natural or muted colors. Demonstrations and individual attention will be given each week in a variety of subjects including portraits, still life, and landscape. Impressionism and expressionistic styles will be taught.
Beginner to Intermediate. All materials will be provided.
This class will be held on Mondays from 1:30 – 3 pm from June through September. Each session consists of 3 weeks and is $50 for all 3 weeks and includes materials. If you register for this event while on THIS PAGE, you are registering for the session that consists of (June 26, July 3, July 10).
Other Acrylics with Angela Anderson sessions are as follows. Please click on the first date of any session on the calendar to register for that particular session. Questions? Just call 207-200-7915 or email us.
About your instructor – Angela Anderson
Angela Anderson makes paintings in her studios in Maine and Florida. A trained figurative artist with a BFA in Fine Arts, from UNH. Angela is very prolific, working on several series of paintings simultaneously. Narrative paintings of the circus and tents, WW1 subjects, portraits, Florida paintings of palm trees, beach scenes and figures. Inspired to return to an earlier series of Romantic paintings, based on 18th-century French paintings, an exhibit of Romance will be on view at Port Clyde Art Gallery opening June 17, 2016.
Having had exhibited widely in NYC and Europe, with a solo exhibition in Munich, Germany. Angela's work was included in Martin Kippenberger’s shows at Museum of Modern Art Paris, Cassel, Germany, Museum Beuyman’s von Beuningen, in Rotterdam Holland, and Metro Pictures Gallery, NY, NY. Her video Love, Boys and Food was shown at the New Museum in New York City, and the Queens Museum, Queens, NY. A resident of NY, NY, she worked for artist Philip Pearlstein as a model, while making her own work and exhibiting there.
Angela’s work can also be found online angelaandersonpaintings.com