These past couple of months have been busy with adult art classes in full swing! I had 3 themes for my art classes. First, I held 2 classes with a "Watercolor Hydrangea" theme. I taught the women how to do a watercolor painting of hydrangea flowers using a technique called "negative painting."
With this technique, you paint in layers around your flower blooms to create depth. It is so fun and kind of magical! The women really enjoyed seeing the flowers come together through this layered process.
The second class theme was "Zentangle Umbrellas." First, we used turquoise ink to create a rainy sky. This step of the process was so spontaneous and fun!
Next we drew and shaded the umbrellas, and finally created the Zentangle patterns with pen and ink. I loved the way they turned out!
The most recent class theme was "Fall Crafting and Cookies." During this night we decorated pumpkins using hot glue to create our leaf relief designs. Then we painted a couple coats of white chalk paint on top of the pumpkins, and then brushed the gold paint on top to give it the finishing touches and bling that every girl loves.
During the drying time we decorated pumpkin cookies and drank apple cider. This was a great time to socialize and connect with new friends. It was also a great way to celebrate the beginning of fall!