Fearless Abstracts / Metallics with Samantha DaSilva

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Fearless Abstracts / Metallics with Samantha DaSilva

Time: October 6, 2018 at 10am to October 7, 2018 at 4pm
Location: Fountainhead Art Space
Street: 31b Oak Street
City/Town: Roswell
Website or Map: http://www.fountainheadartspa…
Phone: 770-714-8841
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Rae Broyles
Latest Activity: Oct 4

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Fearless Metallics Workshop is a modern twist to using metallic paints, powders and gold leaf.  Join professional artist Samantha DaSilva as she shares her unique method of painting: Rollers rather than brushes, tables instead of easels, lots of paint and water, canvas manipulation and plaster, sand and wood shavings to create ethereal textured abstracts.

In addition, heart-centered discussions will be offered to assist you to let go of fear, silence the inner critic, turn up your intuition & explore your own artistic style in a safe, supportive environment including:What will make painting easier? Compassionate Critiques, ,How to tell your painting is finished, and so much more! 

Register at www.fountainheadartspace.com

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