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Online Workshop - Come Play with Knives!

Crooked Creek Art League is pleased to offer an all new workshop opportunity for online learning!


No more washing brushes - come play with exploring the creating beautiful paintings using only palette knives. In this workshop, you will learn to use a palette knife to create an entire painting and to create effects and techniques that you wouldn’t be able to do with a brush.





Palette Knife Painting


with


Rob Shaw




In this workshop, you will learn to use a palette knife to create an entire painting and to create effects and techniques that you wouldn’t be able to do with a brush.  You might know the palette knife as a tool for mixing paint on a palette, but it can do so much more than that! Both oil and acrylic paint can be used for palette knife painting. With this style of painting you can achieve a wide array of textures, sharp lines, broad sweeping strokes of impasto and painting on top of wet layers without the paint blending together. A palette knife really allows you to put layers of paint together in a distinct way compared to a brush. Color is another area where palette knife painting really shines.


Instruction will run from 9am-4pm with a lunch break midday. Instruction will be live and interactive on Zoom. Students will be asked to set up zoom camera so as to show their painting in progress so Rob can monitor their progress and provide individual instruction throughout the day. 



Registration is open to CCAL members for $60. 

Registration is open to non-CCAL members for $85

Visit our workshop page to learn more and register.

Or, you may contact our workshop chair, Carol Blackwood at carolblackwood@yahoo.com reserve your seat.


Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.


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