Online class: Painting Flowers from imagination in mixed media

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Onlie Class: Painting flowers in mixed media from imagination

Price: $49 for lifetime access

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Tired of relying too much on reference pictures?

 

If you are looking for a way to express your own unique style by working from your imagination, this might be the class for you. Follow me, step by step as I show you how I painted these two paintings, starting from an an abstract background.

In this class, you will have access to all the information you will need to make your own paintings from imagination:

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And you will be able to watch a series of videos that show the process from start to finish.

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You even get to see my dog napping in the background!

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There are 9 exclusive videos in this class, you will get to see everything

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I will also show you in a video how I am mounting yupo paper on board as one of the painting is done on yupo paper mounted on board and the other one is done on canvas.

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Mounting yupo paper on board

 

Module 1 Getting ready
Unit 1 Congratulations! and welcome to this online class: Painting flowers in mixed media from imagination
Unit 2 Mounting Yupo paper on board
Module 2 Paint an abstract background
Unit 1 Let’s start! Painting an abstract background
Module 3 What do you see?
Unit 1 Looking for shapes in your abstract background
Unit 2 Painting the negative space
Unit 3 Adding a bit of color variation
Module 4 Building complexity layer by layer
Unit 1 Adding patterns with mixed media
Module 5 Finishing the painting
Unit 1 Finishing your painting

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If you want to, I encourage participants of this class to share their paintings on this page with a link to their website of Facebook page.

Here is a list of supplies for this class:

Supplies list:

 

  • Canvas or board if you want to work on yupo paper mounted on board. (I recommend a square size of about 12 x 12 inches to start with).
  • If you are going to mount the yupo paper on board, you will also need a sheet of yupo paper big enough for your canvas, extra heavy gel medium and a spatula or stiff brush.
  • Gesso if you chose to work on gessoed board
  • Liquid acrylic paints, or inks or watercolor
  • Markers or dipping pen and ink
  • Prismacolor Artstick
  • Rubbing or Isopropyl Alcohol
  • White acrylic plus a few colors, gel medium if your acrylics are very opaque.
  • Krylon workable fixative
  • A few brushes
  • Varnish
  • Optional: Markers, crayons, colored pencils, pastels….
 

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I am loving your flower painting course right now, so far I’ve only done very small ones, I’m working my way up to lager ones, I’ve even sold one!

January 18, 2017

 

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  • Shirley January 10, 2017, 4:19 pm

    I’m having trouble finding the website to log into this class. I’ve seen such beautiful work posted as of late and wanted to jump in again and see how it goes. I purchased this class June of 2015 but have been away for a while. Definately wanting to return and join in on the fun.

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    • Sandrine Pelissier January 10, 2017, 4:46 pm

      Do you still have your password? If you do, you can login from the page https://paintingdemos.com/ and then click on access your class on the right margin.
      If you don’t have your password anymore click on “Lost your password” or let me know.

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  • KC Smith November 9, 2016, 7:27 pm

    Hi, are the online classes live or videos I can rewind whenever and view when necessary?

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  • isabelle wethington February 19, 2016, 2:47 pm

    please notify me of any class, online or in person, or any workshop you offer, i love what you do and would love to learn. I live in Kentucky. thank you

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    • Sandrine Pelissier February 19, 2016, 2:53 pm

      Thanks Isabelle. The best way to be updated is to subscribe to my newsletter (Subscribe to Painting Demos mailing list) on the upper right corner of the blog here: https://paintingdemos.com/

      If you select “I am interested in workshop and classes”, you will get regular updates on classes and workshops.

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  • Roxie stark February 17, 2016, 8:21 am

    I borrowed your new book and enjoyed it so much that I bought the book through Amazon and I am anxious to try some or all the projects.
    Your instructions are easy to understand. Thanks Roxie from Michigan.

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  • Lee January 6, 2016, 9:30 pm

    Hi there,
    I’m interested in taking this class but I need to see a supply list first. Also I see you mention ‘yupo’ paper – this is not avaliable in my country. Can I use something else?
    Looking forward to your reply.
    Kind regards,
    Lee
    Thank you

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    • Sandrine Pelissier January 6, 2016, 10:04 pm

      Hello Lee,
      For the class you have a choice of painting on canvas or on yupo paper, both will work with the technique I am using.

      Here is the supplies list from the class:

      _ Canvas or board if you want to work on yupo paper mounted on board. (I recommend a square size of about 12 x 12 inches to start with).
      _ If you are going to mount the yupo paper on board, you will also need a sheet of yupo paper big enough for your canvas, extra heavy gel medium and a spatula or stiff brush.
      _ Gesso if you chose to work on gessoed board
      _Liquid acrylic paints, or inks or watercolor
      _Markers or dipping pen and ink
      _Nupastel in a dark color or graphite
      _Rubbing or Isopropyl Alcohol
      _White acrylic plus a few colors, gel medium if your acrylics are very opaque.
      _Krylon workable fixative
      _A few brushes
      _Varnish
      _Optional: Markers, crayons, colored pencils, pastels….

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      • Lee January 7, 2016, 11:56 am

        Thank you for the information – it is much appreciated!

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  • Sturzenegger Susanne December 28, 2015, 10:39 pm

    Ich finde die Bilder wunderschön!!!! Leider fehlt mir im Moment das Geld mich zu registrieren, da ich auf Jobsuche bin!!!

    Happy New Year and all the best for 2016!!!!
    Susanne Sturzenegger, Thun – Switzerland
    ssturzenegger@outlook.com

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