Intro to Expressive Acrylic Florals
November 24, December 1, 8
General Public- $78
Online Painting Series
NEW! Learn to create a loose and expressive floral portrait using acrylic paint. Starting with an abstract background, students will develop layers of color that will lead to a wonderful intuitive painting! Bring your creative ideas, your willingness to "loosen up" as you paint, and learn some new techniques! Some experience painting florals and working with acrylic recommended for this class. In order to maintain the safest environment possible, class will be offered via Zoom Meeting, a free online audio-visual platform.
All adult classes and workshops are recorded and are available for one week after the class. Therefore, if you miss a class, you will have one week to catch up on the class at your convenience. Review our class information and procedures for more information.
Please review the Supply List to purchase materials before the start of class.
Meet one of our newest Art Instructors Judith Kosinski
Judith has been creating ever since she can remember and has been teaching all she knows about art and creativity for more than 20 years! She is passionate about all aspects of artmaking and truly loves to help other artists create and grow their skills.
Judy is an experienced and engaging educator; skilled with creative curriculum development, teaching all media in fine art, providing youth and professional mentoring. She most recently worked as an educator for Alden Central Schools for 23 years, teaching art and life skills to grades 9-12, art classes to inmates in a correctional facility, coordinated adult education programs, and organized community-wide art events.
Her passion for painting and drawing is infused in her teaching: “Helping artists find and strengthen their own artistic voice is such an important and rewarding practice” commented Judy, “And teaching with the Botanical Gardens is a wonderful partnership -- I am eager to work with students in this incredibly rich environment filled with natural inspiration!” Judy works in lots of different media herself, with a particular love for watercolor, oil and mixed media.