As a native of Los Angeles county via Inglewood, "The city of champions," my service stands out by far. Because of the natural, unadulterated space, The vibe, and the experience within producing a master piece. It allows all positive senses to be explored. The pour painting technique is quite therapeutic. Hands on, colorful range of hues for the eye to consume. Not only that, the combination of physics and science is practiced. You will be amazed at the urban approach to such services that I can be provide. As a persipitant, one will leave with a sense accomplishment and pride. My service will naturally seek multiple visits (as there are multiple versions, by using several different items and imbelishments.) I welcome return visits and invitations for friends and families.
The inspiration for this type of painting Acrylic paint pouring, or accidental painting as David Alfaro dicoved in 1930, has tickled my fancy. I've studied at Otis parsons college, for a degree in fine arts on a scholarship. I have held exhibits, displayed at Inglewood library. For the first time I laid hands on the technique, One half a decade ago, I was hooked and enjoyed the outcome of such fun! what I called masterpieces. No two are alike. One will be mesmerized at the ambiguity of a creation. It can give you a sense of pride. With directions, a successful painting will be born. I enjoy sharing how to make a tangible piece of work that will resonate what you've been wanting to express through the arts. Your energy will exude a contious effort that will stand for, the present, past and future that your being expresses. This kind of art can be described as Abstract Art, yet It's actuall term is, "Non-Objective art." Which by definition, is a painting without any subject from reality. The paintings success relies purely on the formal qualities within the work. I do suppose the natural human thing to do is to search for something that looks or resembles something familiar. Similar to where's Waldo? All in all, this is a must do for your bucket list!
She’s fantastic. She’s very creative and inspirational! I learned several techniques. She has a cozy upbeat space with music and artwork. It will definitely go back for another class!
Millie. Has class
I typically greet my new and regular student with a smile and I introduce myself to them. Upon arrival, there is a whole host of Material and Nostalgia that allows the creative senses to activate. If there are multiple artists in the studio we introduce ourselves to one another. I give a brief introduction on the method and the history that involves chemistry, and science for this technique and thus we begin our mad scientist adventure.
I've been an artist all of my life. Throughout the years I found myself attending many colleges from the city of Los Angeles. I have attended Otis/ Parsons college of art and design with the scholarship to attain a fine arts degree. The education and training I have that relates to this type of work is through trial and error. And with the natural ability to create masterpieces I will share with you the magic.
A standard pricing system for my lessons are based on a one and a half hour session.$40.00 (the base fee) for beginners only; which includes paint, canvas (level one) and materials. There are many levels of canvases, sizes and shapes and many colors to choose from. Thus, at your discretion you may bring your own materials.Level 2-3 can be purchased in house.
Curiosity got me started teaching paint pouring. I stood in front of a master piece and couldn't understand how this could be done with a paint brush. I was mesmerized by the outcome of mixing colors in such a free form. One is able to express themselves through the rhythm of the combination of equations. The outcome allows the artists and the audience to feel and read a unrestricted portrait of life and the beautiful footprint that is left for the occasional viewer or for the world to see. As you are ingaged the process alows for keeping a composition or letting it go (dripping off of the subtrait.)I knew I could give the instructions on another way to express oneself.
Note. I use latex gloves. You can use them or choose not to. There're sinks available to clean up. The studio is on the second floor and the building has no elevator. It's an older historic place, with an urban feeling. Pleanty of parking in the rear of the building. So think these things through. I want to inform you of the tea house in the building. "Mingles tea."
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