Diffusion Abstraction

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Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Join Fah and explore mixing inks and alcohol to create unexpected colorful compositions.

Minimum age

All ages welcome

What's Provided

inks, alcohol, paper

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At Blick Art Materials, our family owners and dedicated staff support the Visual Art Community by providing the widest selection of art supplies at the lowest prices. With extraordinary service and integrity, we strive to provide artists, educators, students, and our employees with the tools, assistance, and training they need to grow, innovate, and reach their creative potential.

Blick believes that art education develops the human creativity necessary to solve the world's complex problems, enrich its culture and provide fulfillment for its inhabitants. Our entire organization supports awareness in the creative community at both the local and national level through a wide variety of initiatives. One of the ways Blick supports art education is Art Room Aid, a tool that links educators in need of supplies with advocates who want to help with direct contribution.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Allie U.
    Reviewed on 01/26/18

    I always love the free Blick classes on Sunday! I really enjoyed learning about a cool new product from the Blick staff & look forward to coming back to the LP Blick Art Materials for other product demos. Thank you!

    I always love the free Blick classes on Sunday! I really enjoyed learning about a cool new product from the Blick staff & look forward to coming back to the LP Blick Art Materials for other product demos. Thank you!

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    Jessica K.
    Reviewed on 01/15/18

    This class was mislabeled on here, but listed correctly on the store calendar. The class was actually on creating art in the style of Kandinsky. Instruction was light, but Destiny, the teacher, was creating alongside us and available for whatever questions we had. There were plenty of materials and I was really impressed with the experience, especially for a free class. I will definitely be back for another free class at Blick.

    This class was mislabeled on here, but listed correctly on the store calendar. The class was actually on creating art in the style of Kandinsky. Instruction was light, but Destiny, the teacher, was creating alongside us and available for whatever questions we had. There were plenty of materials and I was really impressed with the experience, especially for a free class. I will definitely be back for another free class at Blick.

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    Jan H.
    Reviewed on 01/15/18

    Dabble mixed up the dates at Blick. This week was the "Kandinsky Inspired Project with Jon David." The Diffusion Abstraction will be next Sunday, January 21. Destiny stepped in to teach the class. We had a full group. Working on canvas pieces or paper, we used acrylic paint and wood sticks to paint black abstract lines. Then, we added color to the negative spaces. It was a grand time and everyone seemed happy with the results. This was a great way to spend two hours on a Sunday afternoon. I will definitely go back for the Diffusion Abstraction class on the 21st.

    Dabble mixed up the dates at Blick. This week was the "Kandinsky Inspired Project with Jon David." The Diffusion Abstraction will be next Sunday, January 21. Destiny stepped in to teach the class. We had a full group. Working on canvas pieces or paper, we used acrylic paint and wood sticks to paint black abstract lines. Then, we added color to the negative spaces. It was a grand time and everyone seemed happy with the results. This was a great way to spend two hours on a Sunday afternoon. I will definitely go back for the Diffusion Abstraction class on the 21st.

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