I recently taught a painting workshop at Glow Genève where I used acrylic paint to paint a poinsettia on canvas. I had so much fun and the artwork was so amazing that I decided to launch it as an online workshop. poinsettia and paint From November 1st. Check out the image below and the video in the post to see a little bit more about the workshop I just taught and the online workshop.
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The workshop was a lot of fun and I was blown away by everyone’s art! You can see how to draw a simple poinsettia in this blog post, but I wanted to teach you something on a more detailed scale that could be used as his art on a larger mantel for the holidays. Designed in an easy step-by-step format, this online workshop is suitable for all skill levels, whether you’ve never painted before or are hesitant about drawing. is!
For this workshop, we will be using a 16×20 canvas. I painted on a black/gray background, but this artwork can be scaled to any size canvas. I use medium & heavy body acrylic paints, but if you have craft paints you can do it. I’m all for using “what you got” when creating.
I love how everyone starts out in a workshop with the same ingredients and ends up looking completely different with their own twist!
Registration of poinsettia and paint Online now open with early bird price of $9.99. In this workshop you will create the same artwork that you created in this class. The good news is that it’s a self-paced workshop that you can access for two full years. after Thursday, the price rises to the usual $19.99. So grab your spot and paint with us this holiday season! You can register here.
I love poinsettia and painting and I hope you enjoy creating your own mantelpiece art. For more online workshops, visit Creative Paper Holiday Online Workshops.