Bea Grob Mixed Media
Fun Papermaché Chicken Bowl
This is a video-based class without a live component. The video is chapterized for a total of 55 minutes. Streaming link and PDF will be supplied shortly after registration is completed.
Instructor: Bea Grob
These videos are self-paced online classes with instant access and have lifetime access (as per instructor: “lifetime” means for as long as instructor’s business is up and running) so you can watch as many times as you want and whenever you like. Each class or event has a unique password protected page. You will receive a confirmation email for login info for your personal use only, please do not share it. It is advised that you keep this email for future reference.
NOTE: a desktop computer or laptop is recommended or an updated tablet. A high speed internet connection, preferably via cable or Wifi, (not cellular) is strongly recommended for uploading pages with multiple media content and smooth streaming of high resolution videos. These videos are not downloadable to protect the integrity of the instructor’s content and all the work that went into creating these classes.
It is best to have the latest version of Chrome or Firefox installed on your device. If you are using an Apple device it is recommended to download Firefox ore Chrome. Safari is known to create issues with password-protected sites. You can easily download them from the App store. All terms and conditions are subject to change.
- some sort of bowl
- plastic wrap
- painters tape to secure plastic wrap
- acrylic paint, I have used several metallic for the inside, like gold, copper, metallic teal or red, for the facial features you need a yellow ochre, carmine red, some gesso (or white acrylic) and black.
- If you have acrylic markers in black and white they work great for details.
- gesso (or white acrylic paint)
Mary Anderson Watercolors
Luxuriating in the interplay of color, light and atmosphere, Mary paints the natural world around us – rural scenes, still life, flowers, water and boats. Mary is a member of Women Painters of Washington.