Acrylic Painting in the Australian Aborigine Style

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According to the online magazine of the National Museum of Australia, the Aborigine race has inhabited the continent for at least 65,000 years (nma.gov.au). Their own culture has evolved over that time and the artwork reflects their respect for the animal kingdom residing on their land or coasts.  There is a proliferation of images of kangaroos, fish, lizards, frogs, and more, as well as the use of colored dots as a design element.
In this class, students will be interpreting the art in their own way and using their imagination of three animals. You will be guided in color mixing and applying acrylics and beginners are welcome.  We will sketch out all three at the onset of the series since to allow for layers to dry, you’ll alternately be working on one, and then the other.
The source from the sample frog here is Fine Art America (Pinterest)

This class is for ages 14 and up.

Please use the Notes section on the registration form to list any accommodations you will need during the class.

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$ 135.00
8 available
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