Portland, OR 2022 Art and Soul Workshops

Workshop Details

Judy Hudson
9:00 - 4:30
Monday March 14

Fantastical Flowers on Canvas

$ 170  


You will be creating an abstracted 3D floral design on canvas, using techniques that are low-stress and always successful! One of my most-used phrases is, “There is no wrong!” You will be encouraged to create in your own unique style, in a relaxed, no-pressure setting.
We will do our creating this day, forming the parts of our flowers from clay and while they dry, work on the background of our canvas. I will show you how to create your own texture pastes from items found around the house. I will also show you how to create a paper paste that will allow you to form extremely textural canvases. We will apply these and other objects of your choice to the canvas.
Then  we add color and bling! We’ll paint our flower parts and assemble them. If you like a lot of shine, you will be able to add gilding flakes for a metallic glow. There will be other ‘shiny things’ available too. We will add paint to your canvas, creating a uniquely blended effect with water and pigments. When our flowers and canvas are both dry and ready, we will put them together and add any finishing touches, as well as a coat of varnish to seal and protect

Materials Fee $35 paid at beginning of class includes:

The shared use of all paints, specifically Colourarte, Golden, Daler Rowney
The shared use of ‘oooh shiny’ stuff and bling
The shared use of additives for texture
Odds and ends…

Students Need to Bring to Class

A selection of metallic paints (DecoArt is inexpensive and great for this)
16oz package of Creative Paperclay
11”x14” canvas
16oz jar or Golden or Liquitex Light Molding Paste (it MUST be light)
8 oz jar of Liquitex Gloss Varnish
E6000 adhesive
Various size brushes
spray bottle for water
water container
paper towels and/or wet wipes
palette knife (used to spread texture paste)
Optional Items – crystals, beads, etc…, if you would like to use them in your piece

Email: judy@judyhudsonart.com
Website: www.judyhudsonart.com

Judy has received inspiration for the creation of  this class from Maria Grossbaum