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Learn How to Paint the Northern Lights - PASADENA: Feb (Fri) Grades 5-12th

Learn How to Paint the Northern Lights - PASADENA: Feb (Fri) Grades 5-12th

Summary: This step by step acrylic painting tutorial teaches students how to paint the Northern lights also known as the Aurora Borealis! This acrylic painting course will teach students how to create the effect that occurs within the Northern Lights. This is a very advanced technique that I can teach in a very, very easy way. Not only will they walk away with a frame-worthy piece of art but they will actually LEARN the technique so they can apply it in their future creations. This particular style has more than one application beyond the Northern Lights and I will enlighten the students about the other avenues in which they can apply it. There will be an option to add metallics and iridescent colors to give add a little more magic if they so desire. They will also have an opportunity to add any creatures in the foreground if that is something they feel desired to add. They will be painting on 11x 14 canvases.



All supplies will be included: Canvas, paint palette, easel, brushes, and paints. *Please come dressed in old clothes that you don't mind getting a little dirty with paint.


Class Details

Instructor: Alexzandra C.

Grades: 5th-12th

Meeting Time: 1:00PM to 2:15PM

Meeting Day: Friday

Class Start: February 9, 2024

Class Length: 1 week

Cost: $35

Minimum Number of Students: 4

Maximum Number of Students: 14

Location: AdLife Academy (539 N Lake Ave, Pasadena CA 91101)

  • This is a Fun Friday Pod

    Fun Fridays at AdLife Academy offer an array of engaging classes on Fridays at our comfortable and cozy campus. As a proud affiliate of Home School Coaches, AdLife Academy welcomes families to enroll in any number of classes that suit their interests and schedules. Our diverse class offerings are open to all, providing a broad spectrum of choices for every learner. Additionally, we provide a comfortable lounge area for parents to relax while their students attend classes.

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