Jul 20 2021


6:00 pm - 8:00 pm



Acrylic Pouring: Ages 12 – 18

Ages 12-18
All Materials Provided
Masks are required for all youth programs – social distancing will be practiced to all extents possible.  FTAS asks that unvaccinated adults please wear a mask when inside the school.

Ready to learn an amazing and addictive art process? Acrylic paint pouring is fun, easy, fast and incredibly beautiful. Your instructor will demonstrate multiple acrylic paint pouring techniques as well as how to create jewelry using leftover dried paint drippings. Students will create two 8×10 paintings plus two paint pendants.


The Dr. Edward Spaulding Perzel Children’s Art Program sponsors this workshop.

Workshop Teacher

  • Lisa Reavis Drum

    Born and raised in Yadkin County, with extreme right brain tendencies, Lisa has devoted her life in the pursuit of visual arts, writing and strategy.  Graduating from UNC-Greensboro with a BFA in Art, she spent her first career developing and implementing one-to-one Database Marketing Strategy and Tactics for a Fortune 100 company. Now, fully immersed as an artist, she continues to explore creative expression through multi-media art and writing, and her new passion and love – pet portraits…

    Artist Statement
    . dream . create . blue skies .

    Lisa is an abstract multi-media artist who happened to paint one realistic pet portrait  – and her life changed in a flash!   Painting pets, as well as teaching others’ how to paint their beloved friends has become her greatest pleasure and passion. She also continues to create multimedia art, as well as acrylic pouring fabric collage and footcloths.

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