september, 2020

10sep01octDiscovering Abstract Painting11:00 am - (october 1) 1:00 pm est


September 10 (Thursday) 11:00 am - October 1 (Thursday) 1:00 pm est


Creative Arts School

51 N Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444

Event Details

This course will explore your creative self and open your mind to the possibilities of working with new methods, taking risks, painting intuitively and allowing chance to create a breakthrough. Artistic originality is encouraged in a light atmosphere where “mistakes” can be turned into masterpieces. Through a process of experimentation and discovery, your personal, unique vision will be nurtured and realized. We will learn about the visual language of painting in dealing with color, composition and painting techniques. Through several tried and true methods, the process of creating a well-designed, non-objective abstract painting will be demystified. This class includes weekly demonstrations as well as critiques and individual guidance. ENROLL HERE


This is an online class, taught through the power of Zoom.

ALL LEVELS –  ACRYLIC Previous Painting Experience Required

Start Date: 8/13/20 | Fee: $143 | Class Duration: 4 weeks
Thursday 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Start Date: 9/10/20 | Fee: $143 | Class Duration: 4 weeks
Thursday 11:00 am – 1:00 pm


Sally Cooper has been painting all her life and in the mid-nineties moved from detailed representational work to seeking the abstract.  She is a six-time winner of The Artists Magazine’s national competition and a Signature member of the National Watercolor Society.  Her work has been featured in Acrylic Artist, Professional Artist, and The Artists Magazine where her painting Blue Horizon was featured on the cover of the May, 2015 issue.  Most recently her work was included in the 2017 publication Art Journey Abstract Painting, as well as Eyes on Abstracts and Best of American Acrylics.  Her paintings have been included in numerous regional and national competitive exhibitions receiving awards in most.  Sally’s work is “about a creative process rather than a specific image or place.”  She is represented by Mary Woerner Fine Arts, West Palm Beach. 

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