Do you have the soul of an artist?
Are you looking for a way to express your creative side? Whatever your age or occupation, if you enjoy the paintings of others and have ever thought about creating your own art, then you can learn how to paint. A lot of instructors can teach you how to paint as a hobby. With Kate Wood, you will learn to make a lasting, beautiful work of art that you and your family will be proud of for generations to come.
Now is the time to open your easel, mix your palette, and let your inner artist shine: call Kate Wood at (772) 287-0835.
Adults: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. & 1:00-4:00 p.m. $40 per session. (Mondays or Fridays)
Supplies provided for an added $15 per class.
All Ages (10+): 4:30-6:30 p.m. $30 per session. (Tuesdays only)
Where: Georgia Abood’s Alizarin Crimson Art Studio, 2611 E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL. Seating is limited!
Artists are born, but technique is learned.
Kate Wood has instructed beginning, intermediate and advanced students for two decades. She specializes in the oil-painting techniques of the great masters, including realistic lighting and shading; brush finesse; the grid method; advanced color mixing; and more.
Kate’s students work at their own pace and paint their own subjects. A veteran instructor at Alizarin Crimson Gallery, Kate Wood is also the master art conservator at Alchemy Fine Art Restorers, as well as the proud friend of an art-loving Yorkshire Terrier named Ben.
Award Winning Results
Over the last decade, her students have won international contests, sold countless paintings, and gotten into exclusive gallery shows. That’s why so many students continue taking her class year after year – and why space has always been at a premium.
For example, in 2011, Jonna Polsky won third prize in a contest sponsored by the renowed magazine International Artist. More recently, in 2015, three of Kate’s students were selected for inclusion in the “2015 Helping People Succeed Calendar” and honored during a gala event held at the Floridian Resort Hotel. Numerous other students have had solo shows at galleries and of course, much of the student art produced is displayed at Alizarin Crimson Studio.
In January 2016, the TCPalm news featured one of Kate’s students, 97-year-old Verna Fenelon, in a profile piece. And three of Kate’s current students were featured in the 2016 Art for Living Calendar (in support of Helping People Succeed and underwritten by Seacoast Bank).
Call Kate at (772) 287-0835