Golden Paints Lecture & Demo

The Golden Paints Lecture & Demo

The Golden Paints Lecture & Demo

Golden Paints

Instructor: Judy Gittelsohn
Date: Sat, October 13, 2018
Times: 3–5pm
Class Size: 30 Students
Tuition: FREE

This FREE Golden Paints Lecture & Demo is a fast paced 90-minute educational presentation on acrylic paints, gels and mediums: an advanced technical explanation of acrylics, and their inherent possibilities. It covers information about the different types of pigments, viscosities, types of paints, grounds and color mixing. Various gels and mediums are demonstrated. The possibilities will blow your mind.

You will learn how to extend paint to save money, and how to mix paints with gels to create unique textural surfaces. Get key information on color mixing, blending and controlling drying time. Learn how to use different products to make surfaces for watercolors, graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, oil and soft pastels. Techniques for the use of iridescent and interference paints will be shown. The lecture covers, lightfastness of pigments and health and safety concerns. The lecture will also include a brief explanation of the new Qor Watercolors and an overview of the stunning color palette of Williamsburg Oils. A packet of literature and free samples of paint and gels are available for all those who attend.

Presenter – Judy Gittelsohn, Certified Golden Paints Working Artist

Judy Gittelsohn has been painting in the Bay Area for over 30 years. She is a Golden Paints Certified Working Artist. Golden is an American Company dedicated to making top quality paint for professional artists. She educates artists about the vast variety of Golden products and their uses. Judy has worked steadily in the community bringing art to at risk youth, people with disabilities and to the general public. It is in her make up to support and encourage all her students and artists to better their art vocabulary and their enjoyment of art. Judy owned an art studio Art For Well Beings, for 7 years serving people with developmental disabilities. Now, Judy works in the community applying all the tools, curriculum and approaches she has developed.