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May’s Oil, Water-soluble Oils & Acrylic Painting Class
May 27, 2021 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM$140.00
Beginners to Intermediate
You can make amazing leaps and bounds in your painting in this class!
Keith Kendall will guide you through learning and enhancing your skills in this exciting medium.
Join us on the first four Thursday’s classes from 1 PM to 4PM.
Cost is $140.00 per student for 4 sessions during each month
To register, please contact us by phone at 928-443-0749 or register online by clicking the button below.
Ages 16+. Any younger than this and the student will need to be interviewed. All students younger than 16 must be painting in W/S oils or Acrylic due to mineral spirit usage.
**Minimum: 4 students and Maximum: 8 students
Request our staff to add you to our courtesy contact list. Please remember to register at least three days prior to the start of class!
Keith Kendall, instructor.
Keith Kendall apprenticed under his father since he was in his diapers. His father is a classically trained master artist that was recognized by Who’s Who in America for Art during his senior year of John Herron School or Art. Assisting the production of art of K & K studios, he has experienced a tremendous amount of professionalism. Surrounded by Artists all his life, he continued his studies under several other master artists. Most of the monumental bronzes in the Prescott area he was instrumental in sculpting and/or refinishing them. Continued his studies by completing his illustration degree in painting at Yavapai College. He now owns the Art Store solely, his passion fed by helping others. Teaching for nearly 20, years his students have gone on to win gold medals for their efforts at national art shows. Much of K & K Studios portfolio can be seen here. Some examples of his work is on the Art Store sales floor.
The required supply list can be found here. Materials extra.
Please do not expect to use any turpentine painting techniques in this class. Even though the studio has an exhaust system, the sensitivity of the low grade mineral spirits and turpentine is very toxic to some of the students. The instructor will ask you to change to other products such as Gamsol as a requirement.