Acrylic and Mixed Media Art Classes

Gosha’s Creative Dimension

Explore Creative Dimension with Gosha and learn to paint with acrylic and use mixed media.

Painting as an art therapy

The creative process is a form of self-expression and therapy that can help people to understand themselves better. Painting is about getting in touch with your feelings, finding pleasure and satisfaction, and experiencing the world from a new point of view.

Art classes with Gosha teach you the art of acrylic painting and mixed media in a fun and enjoyable way. With our classes, you will be guided by an experienced artist who will show you all the tips and tricks of painting.

Learn different painting techniques

The course will cover how to paint trees, skies, water, flowers, snow, etc. It will also help you to deal with challenging aspects of painting such as perspective or colour combinations.

Choose a session

Join us for an afternoon or morning session in person. Classes on Zoom are also available.

  • Afternoon session at Sawley Village Hall, Mondays, 1pm – 4pm, cost £12p/session (this class is now full, sorry…)
  • Morning session at Trinity Methodist Church, Clitheroe, Wednesdays, 10am – 13pm, cost £15p/session
  • If you can’t join in-person classes on Zoom, Wednesdays 6.30pm – 8pm, cost £20p/month

What you will get:

– Exclusive access to the private Facebook Group where you can get feedback on your work, chat with fellow artists, and watch zoom sessions.

– Painting demonstration recording from Zoom sessions

– Reference photos for painting.

– Step by step instruction and tutorials to make your learning experience more effective.

Collage

Collage can be done in many different ways, but the most common way is to cut up pieces of paper and glue them onto a surface. The artist can then use other materials such as paint, ink, or pencils to add colour or texture.

It is a great way to play and experiment with different media.

How Light Works

Light is the most important element in painting. It is what creates the mood and atmosphere, it can also be used to create a sense of depth and dimensionality.

The direction of the light source will determine how shadows are cast on objects in your picture.

Acrylic Painting Techniques

The acrylic paint can be applied in many different ways, such as with a brush, palette knife, or even fingers.

Different painting techniques will allow you to show texture or create the illusion of depth in your paintings, as well as blend colours in such a way that the sky will look perfect.



I really enjoyed Gosha’s Art Class so much that I’ve been on it for a whole year and I absolutely love it! This is a place where you can go to have fun and enjoy yourself while learning new skills. I am still an amateur at painting, but I have improved tremendously thanks to the help of Gosha’s instructions. The atmosphere is relaxed and enjoyable and there are a lot of great visuals to choose from. I feel like I’ve improved a lot in my painting.

Jane


Let’s make something beautiful together.

About Gosha

Gosha is a painter and art educator. Blessed with synaesthesia, a condition which means blending of the senses. She sees words in colours, with light and in space.

Gosha has an insatiable desire to share her experience of synaesthesia with the world and show it as she senses it. To achieve this, she uses household gloss paint freely dripped from a palette knife to express the aliveness of lines and their energy. Mixing inks with paints to saturate the colours on her canvas augments their power and spreads the enormous feeling of joy they emanate.

Explore Gosha’s Colourful Universe

Trinity Church In Clitheroe
Limited Edition Art Print
St Mary’s Church In Clitheroe
Limited Edition Art Print
Pendle Hill And The Keep
Limited Edition Art Print

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