Mary Brooking
Maine artist

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THE SKY IS NOT BLUE acrylic landscape painting course - Mary Brooking, instructor

Learn to let go of fear and turn a canvas or piece of paper into a window on a world all your own in this casual and non-judgmental series of 
six 2-hour classes. All experience levels welcome. Learn in the comfort and safety of your own home.

We will explore color theory, basic landscape principles, making good use of reference materials, and LOTS of tips and tricks gleaned from decades of painting!

Mondays May 17-June 28 (no class on Memorial Day)
10-noon in person masked and distanced; 6-student maximum attendance; supplies provided
and 6-8pm online via Zoom with video recording for future reference

$160 for six-week course; missed classes are not refundable. 
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Starting soon - online via Zoom!
Online Classes Supplies List:

5 colors of ACRYLIC PAINT: Quinacridone Magenta, Primary Yellow, Cerulean (or Cyan), Mars Black and Titanium White. 

Two brushes, large and small. I like natural bristle round brushes, around 14 and 3, or whatever’s close. You can always use more brushes if you want, but I’d recommend those two as a minimum. 

9x12” pad of watercolor paper. Canson XL is inexpensive and very reliable. Masking tape and a board for the paper are nice options although not absolutely necessary. 

I usually order online from Blick.com. I like the Blick Studio brand best for the magenta and yellow paint, and Liquitex Basics brand for the cerulean, black and white - these are less expensive options for students. Blick sells both brands of paint and also brushes and the Canson paper, palettes (consider palette paper), tape and lots more. And those are just my favorites, other brands  that you can buy at your local art supply or craft store work too.

Palette - can be an actual palette from an art supply store, or a piece of cardboard with palette paper or freezer paper taped on, or a plain dinner plate or pie tin. 

Tupperware container or bowl for water, and a rag.