GAIA ART | Tuesdays 6-8pm in July

Celebrate our divine Earth mother through art!

  • 2 hours
  • 33 US dollars
  • Gridless Studio

Service Description

In this painting series we will celebrate our divine Earth Mother through acrylic painting. No experience necessary! Join us in our urban garden and art studio to create a painting that begins with your personal expression and connection to the earth. Paint with purpose and join this community of the Guardians of Gaia! Join 1 or all 4 Sessions. Required materials list below. This is a Level 1 class suitable for all students. Tuesdays evenings in July, 6-8pm $33 drop in or $111 for full series (recommended) Feeling called to participate? No one will be turned away. Contact us to make a payment arrangement that will work for you! _______________________________________________________ MATERIAL LIST (required): Painting supplies are always a suggestion - as an artist continues to work they will discover their personal color pallet preferences and brush preferences. Feel free to add and or substitute from this list: -16x20 canvas (1-2) Starting point for a basic acrylic paint set: -Titanium White -Cobalt Blue -Phthalo Blue -Cadmium Red Medium -Alizarin Crimson or Permanent Rose -Cadmium Yellow Medium -Yellow Ocher -Burnt Sienna -Burnt Umber -Sap Green -Mars Black -Gesso (White primer paint) Basic Brush Set suggestion: -Flat and/or Filbert size #2 – 12 -Round Size # 2 – 8 -1” – 2” brush from hardware store (for quickly filling in large areas) Pallet: There are many types of pallets available. Any of these will work just fine: -I like the round plate style with pockets/dimples for paint. -Plastic yogurt container lids work great. -Plastic takeaway containers. -Paper or plastic plates. -Pallet paper is also available (feels like a pad of wax paper). Cup for water (yogurt containers work well) Cloth rag or paper towel.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation / Registration is required 60 minutes before class begins.

Contact Details

  • 7928 48th Ave S, Seattle, WA, USA