Painting Classes at Maryland Hall

Some psychologists have compared the experience of complete concentration and absorption that you get while painting to a mindfulness practice. Painting develops creativity, strengthening the mind and triggering dopamine activity in the brain. And, with our Teaching Artists, it's fun! Whether you're just picking up your brush (or picking it up again) or you are an established artist, there is a class for you to learn and grow from at MD Hall. Get outside in a plein air class, paint from a live model, or lose yourself in a landscape in an upcoming class. Classes are offered for all ages.

This Season's Painting Classes

  • Class ID
    F201085
    Member Price
    Free
    Room
    Online
    Ages
    12-15-
    Non-Member Price
    Free

    Let the beauty of watercolor paint show through a variety of endless possibilities. With a wide application of techniques and processes, you will gain a level of confidence that will show in your results. By inspiration, exploration and experimenting in paper and watercolor media you will be ready to move on to the next level of compositions. For more information, please contact the instructor at jeanmarie.orzech@gmail.com. This class is taking place remotely. If you have registered, you will receive an email with details of how to access the class. Materials: Watercolor block 9x12 cold press ( spiral at top or side ) Sketchbook ~ whatever you have at home Masking tape (1in roll) don’t need exact Size Variety of Brushes small to large fluffy 1” Paper towels Micron pens black or any fine point black marker Watercolor (old or new ) Tubes or cakes Palette of choice/ circle or multi slot with palette Salt ( ground works too ) Rubbing alcohol ( spray bottle if possible ) A piece of bubble wrap 12x18 (or whatever is around the house ) Drinking straws ( just a few ) Crumpled foil and/or plastic wrap Old comb .. Toothbrush ~ any size ( let Mom or Dad know you are Borrowing the comb same with the toothbrush!!) Colored tissue paper ( comics pages work too) Cotton balls ( a handful ) Masking fluid or rubber cement Recommend the following for supplies: Art Things at Maryland Hall Amazon Michaels Let’s go exploring !!