- Mar 16 2024
- 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
316JB-I: Acrylic Pouring with Janice Booth
Fluid Seascapes for the Intermediate Level
Beginner Pouring Workshop is a Prerequisite
All Materials Provided
If you love acrylic pouring but want to try something a little more “representational,” then this workshop is for you! Using a combination of traditional brushstrokes and intentional layering of paint, you’ll create a stunning seascape that captures sand, surf, ocean and sky. We’ll also experiment with swipe pours to create the illusion of the sea racing to the sand. This is a fast-paced course that requires some experience with acrylic pouring. Participants will use traditional canvas and cradled art board as well as play with post-pour manipulation
(Please note that the paintings will need to remain at FTAS for several days in order to dry).
Janice Holly Booth has worked in multiple mediums but prefers acrylic pouring because of its delightful unpredictability and the ultimate wow factor of the process. She has helped dozens of self-proclaimed “non-artists” create beautiful, finished pieces their first time pouring. Janice is also a National Geographic author and solo adventure traveler. Her books “Only Pack What You Can Carry” (National Geographic) and “A Voice out of Nowhere,” were both made the best-seller list. For 30 years Janice served as CEO for three national non-profit organizations before “retiring” in 2009.