Sunday Acrylic Painting Class Update

This Sunday is the possible starting date of our acrylic painting class with Hermon Adams. Final registration is due Friday the 5th of February. At this time the class is not a go due to low enrollment. Mr. Adams is a very experienced painter that is sharing his knowledge of acrylic painting that he has learned over his multiple decades of commercially painting. He is sharing his expertise in making acrylics act and look like oil paints. Oil painting has been found to be a toxic painting medium but with the steps shown in this class, you can make your less toxic acrylics work for you and not against your desires.

Reminder THIS FIRST SESSION IS SUPER BOWL SUNDAY for the start. Set the DVRs and don’t let others change your New Year’s Resolutions of doing more art for 2016!

Intermediate* to Advanced

You can make amazing leaps and bounds in your acrylic painting in this class!

Hermon Adams will guide you through learning and enhancing your skills in this adams-Texas-Ranger-lgexciting medium. Internationally recognized and collected, Hermon is open and loves to share his knowledge of acrylic painting.

Join us on the first four Sundays’ classes from 1 PM to 4PM.

Cost is $100.00 per student for 4 sessions during each month or $30 per individual session if class is already underway.

To register, please contact us by phone at 928-443-0749 or register online by clicking the button below.


Ages 16+.

**Minimum: 4 students and Maximum: 7 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!

Hermon Adams, instructor. Materials extra.

Mr. Adams artwork has been on display at the Wichita Falls Museum and Art Center in Texas, and is in the permanent collection of the Prescott Resort and Conference Center on the Yavapai  Indian Reservation in Arizona. To view just some of his work, visit his blogspot here.

The required supply list can be found here.

*Student must have drawing experience and basic knowledge of acrylic paints. It is strongly recommended to attend every class during the month. Some projects will take more than a month to complete.

**Additional supply list changes are as follows for February’s sessions:

**Painting surface: a primed cotton gallerywrap canvas, , medium texture, for February’s class the requested size is 20×24. A regular stretcher bar canvas is possible to use but will be more expensive to frame it.

Other Painting Supplies:

A jar (80z or larger) of white gesso. Professional grade.

At the time of this posting, 3 students have already signed up for this class for February. You could make the class GO!

The focus for February is atmospheric low lighting within a classic composition relying on perspective to to keep one’s interest. See the finished painting of Hermon’s above. 

Why should you sign up for an acrylic class with Hermon Adams? Mr. Adams is sharing his knowledge of painting in acrylics (his media of choice now) on how to use several acrylic techniques like you are painting in oils (his original media choice). Feel free to lookup Hermon Adams’ paintings to view his skill level. He has a lot to share. – Keith K.

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