Fri, May 22 | Online Event

May Flowers - Online Painting Party

Please Join me at my first of many Online Painting Parties! This party is being offered Free! I like free. Do you? Your only cost will be acquiring your supplies, and break time snacks and drink. So you are probably wondering what a Zoom painting party will be like. Let's find out together!
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May Flowers  - Online Painting Party

Time & Location

May 22, 2020, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM EDT
Online Event

About the Event

You are probably wondering what a Zoom painting party might be like to attend.  Since this will be my first, we will find out together.  I'm sure we'll have some fun, and a painting to enjoy for years to come.  So  here's what you'll need:

Supplies:      (yes, you'll need some of those if you will be painting)

Canvas 

Acrylic Paint

Brushes

Water and Container for water

Easel

Smock

Canvas:  You will need something to paint on.  You may choose to use any size you have as long as you keep in mind that I'm using that size.  I will talk about supports when we get together online.

Acrylic Paint:  We will be using a limited palette to keep things simple. Yellow, Red, Blue, White, and Black.   I will discuss more about paints and mixing when we paint.

Brushes:  A must have, unless we are finger painting.  ( which is a great idea for a kids meet!  I suggest at least  Three basic sizes:  1 inch,  1/2 inch, and 1/4 inch long handle Flat or Brights.  We will have a brief discussion about brushes during our painting session.

Water in some type of water container for rinsing brushes.  You don't need anything fancy.  A Solo cup or  Plastic Soup container will work just fine.

Palettes:  You will not need anything fancy.  Just use something the paint won't soak through, such as:  Styrofoam or Dixie type plate.  

Easels:  A simple table top easel works well to keep you painting upright, but if you don't have one,  you can always paint with your painting flat on table.

Recommended:

As we are staying safe at home, we also want to keep our homes safe from us as well.  A plastic table cloth is a nice have to keep your table paint free from spills. A plastic liner or  cloth drop cloth for your floor is also a recommendation if you have one.

Smocks, old large Shirt, or comfortable clothes you are not concerned about getting paint on is also recommended. 

I'm looking forward to an evening of fun!   My Online Studio Door is Open!

Don't forget to sign up, and e-mail me with any questions you may have.

Happy Painting!

Sheila

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