Aisling the Painter
Aisling the Painter
Learn to Paint like Monet with Aisling!
The Houses of Parliament - 1903
Monet produced nearly a hundred views of the Thames River in London. He painted the houses of Parliament mostly because they were static and he was looking to explore how different the lighting conditions affected the colours and values of an object. The effects of fog (atmosphere) and the angle of the sun transformed this scene over and over.
This virtual painting class is for all levels.
For this session, Aisling will walk you through the painting step-by-step over zoom. Our virtual classes are hosted using a professional film set up for a high definition virtual class. The class takes place between 7:00pm to 9:30pm EST (Toronto Time). It is advised to pour a small amount of each colour on your palette and have paint water ready before instruction begins at 7:10pm.
(The first 10 minutes are for questions and set up)
You will receive a zoom link. Make sure to have Zoom on your device. Feel free to shoot us an email with questions: email@example.com
This class does not include a kit. A recommended list of our standard kits is below.
Canvas - I use 16x20 inches but any size will work! Keep in mind if you use a bigger canvas your painting will take longer.
Acrylic Paint- Red, Blue, Yellow, Black & White
3 Brushes- (small medium and large) "Flat" or "Bright" shape. Another favourite shape of mine is "Filbert" which is still flat but has rounded edges.
Paint cup- disposable or dedicated paint cup
Palette- plastic plate works well
Paper towel - or any cloth to wipe off wet brushes
Table cloth - or plastic sheet
Please be advised that paint will stain furniture and clothing- especially fabrics.
DO NOT WEAR PRADA :)
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You may reschedule or cancel tickets up to 8 hours before the event starts. Read our reschedule policy here.
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