Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Fall Workshops at NWA Community Creative Center

     This October I'll be teaching kids and adult acrylic painting and drawing workshops at NWA Community Creative Center (Nadine Baum Studios).


Acrylic Painting for Kids $7
Instructor: Sean Fitzibbon
Ages 8 and up
4 weeks, 4-6pm
More info at
Fridays: October 5, 12, (no class October 19), 26, November 2Acrylic paintings can ranges from intense color to light washes. Ease of clean-up and fast drying times make this medium one of the most popular to work with.
This class will give students basic knowledge of working with acrylics, how to start; organize the image, composition, movement, mood, then fishing with detail and personality.  All supplies will be provided. Special art party last day of class.
Check out Sean’s website:

     Acrylic Class in the evening.  $79

     Instructor: Sean Fitzgibbon

     Adults 16 and up.

     4 weeks, 7-9pm

     Friday, Oct 5, 12, (no class Oct 19), 26, Nov 2
     More info at
Sean will work with beginners and intermediates to give basic instruction in the use of acrylics: how to start, organize the image and put on the finishing touches. Sean’s website:  All supplies except brushes will be provided. Please feel free to buy your own supplies to enjoy working at home.

·Brushes- #2 round, #6 round, #10 round, #10 flat

·Liquitex Acrylics- White, Black, Cadmium Red, Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Ultramarine Blue, Thalo Blue

·Paper Towels

·Table Top Easels (optional)
·Plastic or Plexiglass (palettes)

Basic Drawing 

Instructor: Sean Fitzgibbon
     All Ages
     4 weeks, 6:30-8:30pm
     Mondays Oct 8, 15, 22, 29th 
     More info at

Come learn basic drawing skills in perspective, quality of line, Laying out the image. See your drawing develop depth, and movement. Good class for all levels. All Suppliesincluded.

Tickets for the class can be purchased at Walton Arts Center or by phone at (479)443-5600.  For more information please visit

The NWA Community Creative Center is supported by grants from the AR. Arts Council, local foundations like the Jim Blair Foundation, the Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation, the Starr Foundation as well as the generosity of business and patrons.  

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