Leatherstocking Decorative Artists

What is Decorative Painting?
   Decorative painting is a diverse art form utilizing a variety of techniques and media
  (types of paint) to decorate functional and non-functional surfaces. Because of
 certain teaching methods used in learning how to paint -- decorative painting is a 
   really easy art form to learn. The use o patterns  created by other artists and 
   freehand designs allow a high degree of success without long years of academic
       training or inherent drawing ability.  

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November's Program

Will be taught by Jane Williams

Snowman in a glass ball A Nancy Scott Design

We will be painting on a piece of Transparency Film. This will go inside the glass ball. 

Here is a list of supplies that you will need. Palette: Deco Art Americana Antique Maroon, Antique White, Heritage Brick, Ebony Black, Plantation Pine, Sable Brown, Warm White and Yellow Ochre 

 Brushes: A small round, Small Liner, 1/2” Wash or med. Square Shader, Med. or small mop. ¼, ½”,3/4” angles or Square shaders . 

Misc. supplies: Tracing Paper, Gray transfer paper, palette paper, paper towels, water basin, stylus. I will supply the ball and Transparency Film and paint if needed, also the pattern. 

The cost will be $1.00 Please let me know if you will be doing the program, so I know how many kits to bring. (315)768-9441 or [email protected] 

If you would take the time to go to Nancy Scott’s site to thank her for giving me permission to teach her pattern as our chapter program it would be appreciated. She has many nice patterns on her site. www.nancyscottcda.com

Thanks Jane

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