Acrylic paint is paint made of pigment that’s suspended in acrylic emulation. It is water-soluble and fast-drying and becomes water-resistant once dry. Acrylic paint is extremely versatile. Dependant on how much the paint is diluted with water, or modified with acrylic gels, mediums or pastes, a finished acrylic painting can resemble a watercolour, gouache or an oil painting. It can also have its own unique characteristics not attainable with other media.
The range of acrylic mediums is also greater than watercolour and oil. Acrylics have the ability to bond to many different surfaces, and mediums can be used to modify its binding characteristics. Acrylics can be used on paper, canvas and a range of other materials, including hobby models like trains, cars and houses.
benefits of acrylic painting
One of the most important benefits that painting brings to a kids life is, of course, an enhanced creativity. Through painting, children will be able to get a better understanding of basic geometric shapes, such as squares, triangles or circles and to combine these shapes in expressing their own perception of the world surrounding them. This process enriches children's creativity and challenges them to constantly use their imagination, it teaches them to overcome barriers and to be able to perceive the same thing from different perspectives.
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Students will complete 6 painting project on A4 size canvas paper. Project will be based on theme for the term. Students will be taught blending and colour theory. All materials will be provided.
Trial Class : $30 / 110 mins Full Class : $270 / 10 lessons / 100 mins