DoArt with MCAG
Our "DoArt" workshop and demo events are a great way to interact with the MCAG artists, get hands-on with a new technique, and … simply put … just have a lot of fun!
Paint and Collage Angels
DoART DEMONSTRATION with PATSY CARD
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7
5pm-6:30pm EST via ZOOM
Join us for an evening of art-making with MCAG's first virtual DoArt Painting Party!
Learn how to create a mixed media acrylic painting of an angel just in time for the upcoming holidays using paint, collage, and stenciling techniques. Fine art painter and printmaker Patsy Card will guide participants, sharing tips and tricks in achieving different affects and texture.
Sign-up with friends, or sign-up solo and make some new friends for the evening—all while staying safely at home!
This 90 minute demonstration is FREE for all!
Sign-up by November 4th.
Provide your name, phone and email to instructor Patsy Card. An email with the Zoom sign-in instructions will be sent to your email by November 6th.
EVENT MATERIALS LIST:
Brushes: small fine line detail brush, foam brushes, small to medium all media brushes.
Acrylic or craft paint: Flesh color, white, red, blue, yellow, green, violet, brown, black, and gold or silver.
Tissue paper (any color) or coffee filters for angel wings
Angel template (provided at registration)
Carbon/Graphite paper (for tracing Angel template)
Heart or flower stickers, or 3D flowers to decorate (found among scrapbooking supplies)
Materials available at supply shops like Michaels and DickBlick.com
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Patricia (Patsy) Card is a painter and printmaker. Her intaglio prints have been juried into art shows and Galleries throughout Maryland and Washington DC. She lives in Riva Maryland with her husband where she enjoys her children and grandchildren who live close by. She is retired from a graphic art career working for Government contractors throughout the Washington DC area. She holds an AA degree from Northern Virginia Community College in Commercial Art and has four years of art instruction from University of Maryland University College. She continues with art classes at AACC.