Acrylics for beginners #1 A winter scene Premium class

Doris Charest, Contemporary Fine Art Specialist and Instructor

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8 Videos (28m)
    • The introduction

      1:54
    • The first color

      4:30
    • The drawing

      1:54
    • The first hills

      3:20
    • Acrylic 1 The second set of hills

      5:09
    • The black trees

      6:13
    • The snow on the tree

      3:51
    • Conclusion

      1:18

About This Class

Acrylics are fun and easy.  .This course is for the new-to-acrylics and will teach you all about how to start an acrylic  painting. Once you learn the basic steps, painting will be a joy. You can complete this course in an hour if you follow the step-by-step process. There are hints and pointers in every lesson. These are the successful lessons that have been used for beginner students before.  I have chosen my students' favorite lessons show you.  Come and enjoy these lessons too. 

5 of 5 students recommendSee All

Love the Canadian lilt in her voice! All instructions are very clear. Step one and two are out of order but it all works out.

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Doris Charest

Contemporary Fine Art Specialist and Instructor

Doris Charest – Biography

Education:

BED University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB

BFA University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

MED University of Alberta, AB

Mixed media is Doris’ favorite favorite form of painting . She loves exploring with textures, shapes, and a more contemporary look. Nature and the world around her inspires Doris. Her love of texture won her the Allessandra Bisselli Award and a First Place in a Still Life show with the Federation of Canadian Artists in Vancouver. Look for Doris Charest’s work in the American Magazine: Sommerset Studio (Summer, 2007) and British Magazine: Leisure Painter. Both feature a three pages of Doris’ artwork. She won the Sylvie Brabant award in 2011 for her work in the art community. In 2013 she won First Place for her collage work in a show with the Federation of Canadian Artists in Vancouver, BC.  For workshops: Phone: 780-458-3951 or email: [email protected]