Have you ever wished you could try painting, but didn’t know how to start, and were anxious about being in a room with other people who might be “better” than you?
When you were in kindergarten, I bet you were completely confident that you could paint. Many of us lost that confidence along the way, and for some of us, that made us afraid to even try. Maybe we were afraid of looking foolish, making a “bad” painting, or even just trying something new.
If that sounds like you, join Janis Post, for Painting for People Who Think They Can’t Paint a virtual, synchronous painting class. Paint from your own home, and be part of a supportive group of people just starting on their creative journey. Using acrylic paints and paper, we’ll paint together and rediscover the joy of painting without judgment or the expectation of a specific outcome.
FAQs What supplies do I need? At a minimum: 5 colors of acrylic paint (red, blue, yellow, white, black) 2 brushes - #8 round, and 1" chip brush a pad of 140 # watercolor paper, at least 11"x15" masking tape palette knife . For a more detailed list, contact Janis.