Painting for people who think they can't paint Abstract and intuitive painting for everyone Live Virtual Classes Free trial classes - Saturday Oct. 1 and Sunday Oct. 2 6 week session Sunday, Oct. 9 - Nov. 13, 1-2 PM
Do you dream about painting, but don’t know how to start?
Maybe you think you can't paint/aren't creative, and are hesitant to try something new.
Maybe you used to paint, but worry about making a "bad" painting, and have lost the joy of the process of painting.
Or maybe you have a hard time dedicating the time to just show up and paint.
If any of those sound like you, join Janis Post for Painting for People Who Think They Can't Paint - Abstract and Intuitive Painting for Everyone, a 6-week virtual painting class held via Zoom.
Paint from your own home, and be part of a supportive group of people on their creative journey. Using acrylic paints and paper, we'll paint together and discover the joy of painting abstractly and intuitively, without judgment or the expectation of a specific outcome.
"You have opened my eyes to abstract art & the joy of painting!"
"I just love how you teach painting. You make it feel so accessible and free... you teach with so few rules, and so much room for creativity."
"Janis puts us at ease and encourages creativity and exploration. It’s helpful to hear again and again that there is no right way."
"I liked the clear instruction that teaches without restricting what is possible. The process is very clear and forgiving for the person new to art and very expressive and open for those with experience."
"Thank you so much Janis for this wonderful painting experience. I learned a lot and had fun! I am so grateful for this class and the time we’ve had together. It feels really good to dedicate time to creative expression."
Painting for People Who Think They Can't Paintsuggested Materials List
140 lb. cold press watercolor paper, 18 in. x 12 in. (or larger)
Acrylic paints - minimum of white, black, red, yellow, blue
1 roll painter’s tape - ¾ in. wide
2-3 brushes (recommended sizes from a #8 round to a 1” utility brush)