Beginning Acrylic Landscape Painting

South St Augustine - SASIA Clubhouse

April 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30th

Tuesday 11:30 - 1:30

In this painting course, Jenny will lead you through the fundamentals of landscape painting from composition to finished piece.

You will learn how to break down a composition into readable shapes and patterns, how to mix colors as well as how to apply different painting applications all within an art historical framework. Jenny’s goal is to work with each student from where they are and help them take the steps to get where they want to be.

Jenny is an award-winning, independent, St. Augustine area artist and has shown her work internationally in galleries and museums. Her formal education includes a BS from Vanderbilt University, a certificate in Museum Studies from Northwestern University and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Supplies Needed:

A few images of landscapes you might want to paint - printed out

a 16”x20” canvas,

a painter’s palette (do not get one with dividers as it is not conducive to mixing colors, paper plates can work quite well),

a variety of round and flat paintbrushes,

a general set of tube acrylic paints including black, green, yellow, red, brown, blue and two tubes of white or one large tube (white is used more than the other colors),

a rag for clean-up,

a plastic cup for water,

a pencil and eraser,

a plastic trash bag to transport your piece,

a sketchbook or white paper to make preliminary sketches on.


St. Augustine South - SASIA Clubhouse

709 Royal Road

Saint Augustine, Florida 32086


Price:  $65 per person for 5 weeks in April

Classes are for ages 18 and up.

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