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Paint Pouring for Teens

In this introduction to acrylic paint pouring for teens, we will explore some of the many patterns that can be achieved with this versatile and freeing medium. Mixing and supplies used will be discussed for those that want to continue pouring on their own. Demonstrations using the same combinations of paint colors, but utilizing different techniques, can result in completely different outcomes. We will demo: flip cup, tree ring & bloom/dutch pours with straws. We will talk about other options like swipes, balloon smashes, open cups & string pulls for teens that want to continue pouring at home.

Each student will make 2 - 8”x8” or 8”x10” canvas paintings in their choice of techniques & colors. Paint pouring can be messy so wear old clothes &/or bring an apron, and prepare to have fun!

Important: Please bring 2 low, sturdy boxes to accommodate your completed work, so you can take it home that day to dry. All other supplies are included.

Saturday, February 10, 2023


Grade Level: Teenagers - 6th-12th grade

Teen Drop-off: Yes (see Important Info below)

Skill Level: Beginner +

Class Fee: $38

Supplies: Included

Important Parent Information:

All Teens will need to be checked in at the front desk, and checked out at the end of class by a person age 16+ that is listed on the registration form. We will check photo ID.

Teens who are age 16 or older may check themselves in and out. If your Teen will be checking themselves in and out, please check the appropriate box on the registration form.

For classes 2 hours or longer, child should bring something to drink and a snack. No peanuts please. Snacks and drinks are also available for $1 each in our Snack Bar.

Pre-Registration is Required. Please read our Kids Class Policy (below) and click the button to Sign Up!

Carol Klovekorn

Meet the Instructor...

Carol P. Klovekorn appreciates all of the color nature has to offer. Her first art love was watercolor botanical illustrations classically used for science. Drawing since childhood and visiting museums around the world inspires her paintings. Awed by simple beauty in a single flower, fall leaves, and especially beach waves, she often utilizes negative space to highlight and focus on her subject. She aims to find interesting shapes to create design and invoke a sense of calm and wonder in the world around us.

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