Local Painter Offers Class At Art Association

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Painting instructor Michael Lynne looks on while student Ed Powell discusses technique.

Michael Lynne will instruct the newest of the Art Association of Oswego classes entitled “Painting Fundamentals.”   This class will offer the opportunity to learn basic painting techniques in color, line, value, texture and laying down of color, learn about different types of brushes and what effect they are used for; how to select and mix paints to get the colors you want, paint mixing techniques; paint application and composition will be stressed. The instructor uses demonstration and examples of work to illustrate his teaching.  Students will need to bring their own oil or acrylic paints, brushes, mixing palette, towels and canvas to the class the first night.

Classes will be held on Tuesday’s, September 30, October 7, 14, 21 from 6-9pm

There is no size limit to this class.  The entire session will cost $72 for the public and $60 for Art Association of Oswego members.

To register for the class please call the instructor Michael Lynne at  342-4086.

Michael Lynne is a retired OCSD High School art teacher. He has won several awards and his work has been shown in many galleries.  “Painting is a lifelong quest and I am always looking forward to studying with other, learning new things and teaching classes to share what I have learned,” he said. To view Mr. Lynne’s art work visit his web site at www.michaellynnefineart.com.