Sunday Painting with Susan (ONLINE)
Sunday Painting with Susan (ONLINE)
Sunday Painting with Susan (ONLINE)
Sunday Painting with Susan (ONLINE)

Sunday Painting with Susan (ONLINE)


Take an energetic painting journey on Sunday afternoons with Susan Sullivan in this live Zoom class! Learn the basics of direct alla prima, oil painting and layering techniques as you create paintings from your own still life, window view/landscape, self-portrait, and more.  Lessons include setting up a still life and other subjects, lighting, drawing and composition, using warm and cool color, color mixing, brush work and using the palette knife.  Receive helpful feedback and critique along the way. All levels welcome in this informative and fun class! 

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Dates:  6 weeks, Sundays, July 21 - August 25, 2024 
Time:  3 - 5 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) 
Fee:  $195 
Register by:  July 19 (space is limited)
** Sign up with a friend and receive 10% off both registrations.  Use discount code ClassF24 at checkout. 

Student Testimonial:

Sunday painting with Susan is a wonderful way to end a weekend and be ready for a new week. Susan brings joy and a sense of discovery to each class, providing brief lectures, new painting techniques, lots of guidance, and a fun approach. I have taken the class multiple times and learn so much in a way that’s relaxed and confidence building! She always has new ideas that personally expand each member’s artistic view and skill. I thoroughly enjoy it!
                                                                                                                                 Susan D.

Susan Sullivan is an artist and member of the Cerulean Arts Collective, based in Portland, Oregon.  Her current paintings focus on the motif of the swimming pool, formed from a combination of memory and invented imagery, characterized by sensuous color and staccato mark-making.  She holds an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and teaches studio art and art appreciation at Camden County Community College and other institutions.