VIRTUAL PAINT CLASS
March 7, 2021
2:00 pm start
$12.00 per household
Event Info: Join us and learn to paint this beautiful painting. This will be a virtual event, you will be able to see Kathy Johnston teach you live. You will also be able to ask question via ZOOM live during the event if you have any questions or problems.
This is Bring Your Own Supplies event!
IMPORTANT NOTE: A link will be automatically sent to you in the morning of the day before your event. If you do not receive this link you will need to thoroughly check your spam. Some email service providers have their spam settings set too high that it might be already filtered and not even be sent to you. You can mark Winnipeg Art & Wine as a safe contact. It is important to contact us at [email protected] if you do not receive this link. We will not be able to help you link to the class from 1/2 hour before or during the class as we will be painting! Remember our office hours are Monday to Friday 9 - 5 pm we are not available to contact after hours.
The class is just like a regular paint party with step by step easy to follow instructions with a professional artist who will make the event fun and informative.
If you wish to purchase supplies for this event you will have the option to do so when you purchase your ticket. The supplies for this event will include - all the paint colours needed for this one event, 2 brushes, a 16 x 20" canvas, 1 plastic cup, 1 plastic plate & 1 paper towel at a price of $15.95.
LIST OF SUPPLIES NEEDED:
Please note: You can use your own supplies or you can purchase a kit for this event on our website. You are to pickup the kit at our downtown office, or for an additional fee we can courier to you.
You need the following ready and setup before 6 pm.
a) CANVAS: We will be using a 16" x 20" canvas. If you don't have this size then you can use any size, preferably a rectangular shape. If you only have a square canvas then you can block of some areas not to paint if you want to have the painting look the same as the sample.
If you don't have a canvas you can also use a piece of smooth plywood, a piece of smooth cardboard, a piece of drywall and as a last resort heavy paper or canvas fabric. Paper won't be as good because it will curl and cause some problems. If you use plywood, cardboard or drywall, you will need to prime with a white paint first, you can use any household white paint, including wall paint for this. If you want to paint on a canvas cloth you will need some type of primer for this to make the cloth paintable.
b) ACRYLIC PAINT: Black, White, Red and Yellow, Brown, and Blue. You can purchase art packages from us or you can purchase at Michael's, Dollar Store or Walmart, if you are going to venture out, get lots of paint and extra canvasses so you can do this again with us. You can also use tempura paint, normally used for children's paint.
You can as a last resort use regular household paint, meant for walls, and change colours with food dye.
We sell a package on our website however it would have to be for pickup at our office, on North Main near downtown. We could arrange a courier for an additional cost. See here: PAINT SUPPLIES
If you do decide to go out to purchase paint then be sure to buy BASIC colours. RED, YELLOW and BLUE along with black and white. All colours can be made from these. Be sure the are bright basic colours. Like children colours bright red like an apple, bright blue like aquamarine and bright yellow. Nice to haves would also be a brown and green but they are not necessary.
c) BRUSHES: 2 - 3 brushes. Large and small. Bonus: a medium if you have. Don't have art brushes, even regular wall paint brushes will do for the large one and makeup brushes for the small if you need.
d) APRON: You will need to wear an old T-shirt or apron for the class so as not to get paint on your clothes.
e) DROP CLOTH: You will need a drop cloth, newspaper or an old table cloth to cover your table that you will be painting on.
f) PAPER TOWELS: or a rag.
g) WATER: A cup of water for cleaning you brushes.
h) PAPER PLATE: A plastic or paper plate or if you do not have that then a old regular dinner plate to put the paint on, or the lid to a large ice cream tub. Don't have those; you can use tin foil, wax paper, or plastic wrap at put over a good dinner plate to save your plate.
i) EASEL?: If you have great! If you don't - no worries! You can paint flat on the table or you can prop the canvas up with a book, or even sit the top end of the canvas on a cup to raise the top half of the canvas up a bit.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST: Would we be called Winnipeg Art & Wine if we didn't suggest a wine or beverage of your choice during the painting? Wine, hot chocolate whatever floats your boat. Let's just have SOME FUN!
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