FloArt – Flo Demonstrates Painting Techniques on Various Media

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I had a chance to meet Flo while I was visiting the Muddy Creek Artist Guild exhibit “South County: A Place of Small Wonders” at Captain Avery’s Museum last Saturday.   Members of the guild discuss their art or demonstrate their craft each Saturday during the exhibit.  Flo, a painter and art instructor, demonstrated One-Stroke painting on wine glasses last Saturday.

Flo started painting after she retired.  She was taking various classes at a community center and decided to take painting classes.  She discovered she had a hidden talent – painting.  She is certified as an art instructor and teaches classes at various location throughout Anne Arundel County.

Flo gave a mini lesson about the different strokes you can use to paint on various media.  One Stoke painting uses special paint brushes that are held in a special way.  She added two colors of paint to the brush and then she swirled the brush to create dimension to the paint stroke.

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After the demonstration, Flo started painting a Heron on a wine glass.

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Flo creates different projects for each of her classes. She showed me a recent project, a painted recycle grocery bag.  Isn’t this cute!

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The top two paintings below are Flo’s paintings that are in this exhibit.  The Muddy Creek exhibit will run through February

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If you are interested in attending one of Flo’s classes or purchasing one of her paintings or other member’s paintings, please contact her at FloArt, Baycat2@comcast.net or MuddyCreekArtistGuild.org.  I will post more on this exhibit and the guild on Thursday.

Happy Creating,

Dee

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4 responses to “FloArt – Flo Demonstrates Painting Techniques on Various Media

  1. Thank you for this wonderful story about my mom. I love how you captured the steps in your photographs, too. I hope her story inspires more people to take a chance and try something new at whatever stage or their lives.

    • Thank you for your comments. Your mother is a very nice lady and I enjoyed talk with her about her painting techniques. I agree we all should try something new, we are never too old to learn.

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