Third Time’s the Charm! Let’s All Do a Sunshine Dance!
Our very own talented artist Laura O. Cenedella will lead us through a workshop on impasto painting at River Bend Farm in Uxbridge! Impasto involves using very thick paint – often by adding in a gel or other material – to create a raised 3D effect with the paint. Here’s a page about it:
If you want to bring your own supplies, they are listed below. Colors are Titaniam white, hansa yellow, pyrrol red, and ultramarine blue. You can bring either oils or acrylics, she’ll demo on both.
We’ll also be bringing in supplies for those who just want to give it a try with our items. Please let us know if you’re planning to attend so we can plan out what to bring.
Items to Try:
– Oil & Acrylic Paint
– Impasto Medium for both
– Canvas & Boards
– Disposable Palette Paper
– Impasto Tools
– Disposable Gloves
Laura would like to offer an introduction to painting with three primary colors and white with a demonstration of mixing the four colors in different combinations to make secondary colors and different shades. Join us
This is what I would recommend if bringing your own supplies:
· M.GRAHAM & Co. Artist Oil Color and Acrylic Artist Color or Comparable
· Grey Pad Disposable Paper Palette
· Impasto Mediums
· Mineral spirits/Water
· Paper towels
· Brushes for Oil or Acrylic Painting
· A can or jar for mineral spirits/water
· A palette knife for mixing or for cleaning your palette
· A bag for trash
· A clip to clip your trash bag to your easel or tripod
· An easel or paint box
· Canvas Artist Board or Paper
· Bug Spray & Sun Screen
· Something comfortable to sit on
Technically this location is known as the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage Park, but the big red barn on the property is the River Bend Farm. So that’s what most people call the place. It’s at:
287 Oak Street
Uxbridge, MA 01569
Here’s a link with more information –
There are lovely talking trails along the canal, quite flat, and a fishing spot as well.
Bring a snack, bring your creativity, and we’ll have some fun!
Here’s Laura’s page, to learn more about her. Please like the page!