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Acrylic Impressionism
with Raul Alsina

Mondays, 6 classes

7pm – 9:30pm

Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Offered for:

Winter Session 2 (Feb 26, March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1)

Spring Session: (April 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13, 20)

This course offers intermediate and advanced students how to paint in an impressionistic style with demonstrations and individual instructions from photo references.
“Paint it just as it looks to you, the exact color and shape.” – Claude Monet
Supplies List:
  • Assorted sizes of acrylic bristle brushes (flats, rounds)
  • For each class you will need a 8×10” or 11×14” canvas, one per class
  • Titanium white, Mars black, cadmium yellow, cadmium red, dark blue, light blue, dark green, light green, burnt umber, yellow ochre and any other colors you like
  • Ebony pencil
  • Large foam plates (grocery store) or paper palette
  • Blue tape
This can be purchased at: Michael’s, Amazon, Blick Art Supply in Tampa

Members – $160

Non-Members – $210

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For more information, please call the Morean Arts Center at 727.822.7872

About Raul Alsina

Raul Alsina was born in Havana, Cuba and came to St. Petersburg, Florida in the early sixties where he resides with his family. He has been drawing and painting since he was very young. Raul is an artist and a designer with more than 30 years of professional experience. His knowledge for design, illustration and the fine arts grew as he went to the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale. Living on Florida’s Gulf Coast and frequently visiting the Caribbean, has been an inspiration to paint tropical scenes with lots of vibrant colors. He has won numerous awards for his flamingo series at the Mainsail Art Festival in Florida. One of his paintings was commissioned by the U.S. Ambassador to Spain to commemorate the Olympics and World Expo. The painting was on display in Madrid and 5,000 posters were distributed from the original. Raul uses professional quality acrylic paints on gallery-wrapped canvas and also creates colorful paintings using pastels.