Taught by Renée Schuls-Jacobson
JOYfilled Arts & Crafts Virtual Summer Camp July 22-24
In this lesson, students will create a whimsical floral bouquet inside a polka-dot vase. I will facilitate the class using acrylic paint and a host of multimedia supplies, including acrylic paint, molding paste and Posca paint-pens. However, it IS possible to take this class and use watercolors, if you prefer!
No Skill Level Required
- An assortment of pencils, some water activated; some not. (I like Faber-Castell Graphite Aquarelle for water activation.)
- Black Gelly Roll 08 pen
- A primed canvas. I’ll be using a 12×12, but you can use rectangular canvases if you prefer.
- Colored pencils (I like Prismacolor Premier.)
- Assortment of paint pens (I like Posca brand.)
- Assortment of tissue paper (or magazines or newspapers or old books to rip up)
- Mod Podge or Liquitex Gel Medium in matte (& disposable sponge brush to use with it.)
- An assortment of acrylic paints, including White and Black. (I like Liquitex brand.)
- An assortment of acrylic brushes, some round, some flat, some pointy, some angeled.
- Some kind of a palette to put your paints. (I use old plastic lids! They are free!)
Available for Online Attendance
While homebound & suffering from an iatrogenic brain injury, Renée Schuls-Jacobson taught herself to paint, using whatever supplies she had lying around — acrylic paint, colored pencils, oil pastels, paint pens, antique papers & old magazines. Her work features a collective of impressionist portraits, depicted in a whimsical palette – and many of her pieces feature words and affirmations.
Eight years later, she has emerged from her invisible injury as RASJACOBSON. An independent artist whose work can be found in private collections all over the world, she is also a teacher & mental health activist who works to educate people about the dangers associated with long-term psychiatric drug use.