The intersection of nature and plastic is a common theme for artist Barabara De Pirro. She creates fascinating and complex sculptures, installations and paintings and frequently exhibits throughout the region. She participated in Spaceworks in 2010 with an installation titled “Vortex Plastica” and will complete a large Woolworth installation debuting this upcoming New Year’s Eve 2014! De Pirro has worked with acrylic paint in a wide variety of techniques both traditional and experimental. Please join her this Saturday, for a fabulous lecture on acrylics hosted by Golden Acrylics.
SATURDAY, MARCH 15 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Gig Harbor United Methodist Church
7400 Pioneer Way 98335
GOLDEN LECTURE: Innovations in Acrylic
Discover the infinite & brilliant versatility of acrylics!
SEATING LIMITED TO 50. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
“Barbara De Pirro will sift through a mountain of valuable information, guiding you through the basics, while opening up new possibilities. Get a grasp on the many gels, mediums, grounds and how they can change the texture, saturation and intensity of your work. Gain an understanding of how to extend the wet time of acrylics, facilitating blending, shading, glazing and fine detail. Check out the amazing selection of grounds to prepare truly, contemporary surfaces for painting, drawing, pastel, digital printing and mixed media. Discover how acrylics can simulate oil and watercolor, encaustic, even gouache, yet are infinitely more versatile. Whatever your approach as an artist, this lecture will offer the technical knowledge to support your concepts.”
FREE literature and samples, product test table, plus… get your questions answered!
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