large-scale project dedicated to the art of the unique Lviv artist Myroslav Yahoda
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10.03.2020 Course of art workshop for adults. OIL vs ACRYLIC
OIL VS ACRYLIC
You can often see discussions about what is harder to create - a realistic canvas or an abstract or stylized painting. But why discuss if you can figure it out in practice?
This Sunday, NAMU will launch a new adult art workshop with oil and acrylic.
During 5 lessons each participant will create TWO works - one with oil and the other with acrylic. In the first 3 sessions, participants will learn the basics of creating an oil canvas - on the example of a classic mountain landscape will focus on the features of space reflection. The next 2 sessions will focus on the possibilities and features of the now popular acrylic paints, as well as the analysis of the key differences from oil painting. Participants will stylize the urban landscape within their imagination. Kristina Petrivska will show you how to apply fluid art, textured paste or pop art items, depending on your choice.
Whether you prefer the warmth of natural pigments, the smooth gradations of color and tone, the realistic image, the pure color of synthetic acrylic, the clarity of the planes and the dynamic - this master class will definitely bring you pleasure.
Synthetic acrylic is a paint invented in the early 20th century. as industrial material. From the 1920s to the 1930s, artists began to experiment with synthetic acrylic - first Mexican monumentalists, and later artists such as Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Kenneth Noland, Barrett Newman and Roy Liechtenstein.
All materials except the basics are included in the price. You can buy the basics (two canvases on a 60 x 40 subframe, fine grain) on your own, or order from us by purchasing a 5-hour ticket at the Museum's box office in advance.
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Cover: David Hockney. Big splash. 1967 Acrylic on canvas. Fragment