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Agape Painting Classes Introduction— With student art gallery


(Wednesdays at 4:00PM; Fridays at 4:00PM)

Acrylic paint is a water-based and fast-drying paint. The application of acrylic paint is like watercolor paint as both paints are water-based. Acrylics can bond to many different surfaces, like canvas, linen, cardboard, wood board, and other hard media such as rocks. The pros of acrylic paint are it is vibrant, it dries quickly – this allows you to finish your project faster and in a less messy manner, it is less toxic and safer around children, and it is durable – it won’t crack, peel, or turn yellow. Depending on how much the paint is diluted with water, or modified with acrylic gels, mediums, or pastes, the finished acrylic painting can resemble a watercolor, a gouache, or an oil painting, or have its own unique characteristics not attainable with other media.

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(Saturdays at 9:15AM ,11:15AM /2:30AM)

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Mixed Media

(Saturdays at 9:15AM, 11:15AM, 2:30PM)

Mixed media describes artwork in which more than one material has been employed. Mixed media classes focus on understanding of different materials, concept development, artistic techniques, and the use of a variety of materials and styles to create artwork.

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Creative painting

(Wednesdays at 4:00PM; Fridays at 4:00PM)

Creative painting allows students to apply a variety of media and materials to create art. Students can paint landscapes, animals, trees, humans, oceans, sailboat, airplanes, cars, to name a few. The purpose of creative painting is to develop students’ comprehension and perception of the world.

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(Mondays at 4:00PM; Saturdays at 1:00PM and 2:00PM; Sundays at 12:30PM)

Sketching is the process of using any writing tool to create visual arts and plastic arts on two-dimensional materials. The purpose is to draw three-dimensional shapes on two-dimensional material. Writing tools in sketching include pencil, graphite, crayon, ink, charcoal, chalk, markers, eraser etc., digital drawing is also included. The most common drawing medium for sketches is paper, other media include but not limited to cardboard, plastic, wood, and canvas.

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Colored pencil

(Mondays at 4:00PM; Saturdays at 1:00PM, 2:00PM; Sundays, 12:30PM)

As the name suggests, colored pencil art describes drawings with colored pencils. Drawings with single-colored pencil is usually called sketching; colored pencil art is a form of painting between sketching and color. Colored pencil art can express the exquisite details found in
sketching and bring out rich colors found in watercolor and oil paintings at the same time. The necessary tools for colored pencil art are relatively simple and convenient, it thus becomes the most common choice for painting.

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(Mondays at 4:00PM; Saturdays at 1:00PM, 2:00PM; Sundays, 12:30PM)

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(Wednesdays at 4:00PM; Fridays at 4:00PM; Saturdays at 1:00PM, 2:00PM)


Watercolor painting is a painting method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-based solution, thus the name of the paints “watercolor”. Watercolor as an art medium begins with the Renaissance, the widespread of watercolor painting happened in the 18 th century in England. Transparency is the main characteristic of watercolors. Its transparency allows layering of multiple colors to create the uniqueness of watercolor paintings. The combination of wet and dry paints in watercolor art is very common. Wet paint can be found in
dry painting, and dry paint can be found in wet painting. With this combination possible in watercolor art, students can express their own personal painting style in a fun and artistic way.

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