As mentioned in the previous post, when doing an art class painting demo, at the Blu' Bisque, the selected painting would, often, be a painting created by another artist. Even though the paintings are great, creative & beautiful imagery, they were not images I thought of to paint. Consequently, replicating someone else's images can be challenging, yet a lot of fun! Since the painting, Paisley-Blossom Abstract, featured in the previous post is my version of one of another artist's art, the copyright symbol only denotes that I painted the image on that canvas, not that it is my original creation. Another benefit of covering a class for another artist is that I met a lot of wonderful people, of all ages, while demonstrating the paintings!
The class that painted this painting was filled with adult family and friends painting together, with me. Simultaneously, a teenage daughter of the hostess celebrated her birthday with a pottery-painting Princess Party, in the Princess Party event room. This was another delightful three-generation event as the grandmother joined in on the painting fun with me/us, too! The grandmother is a painter too, however she had not painted in years. Once she began painting on her canvas during this class her love of painting was renewed, and as you can see she is a talented painter! Each of the adult painters added their own design variations to their paintings, yet each painting is a beautiful work of art!
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