Recorded Freestyle Floral Vase masterclass in acrylics


Do you want to paint with acrylics, but worry that you don’t know how to start?

Do you love colour, but need more confidence in how to use it?

Do you like the idea of trying acrylics, but need a bit of guidance?

Do you want to take your art in a different direction?

Do you deserve the treat of time to relax and unwind?

If you answer yes to any of these, this is the class for you. 

You can be a beginner with an open mind or an artist wanting new inspiration.

Do the class willing to experiment and have fun. Wear old clothes or an apron. Acrylic doesn’t wash off if it dries on your clothes!

Take away the pressure of drawing and let yourself go. No need to start in pencil. Acrylics are very forgiving and you can paint over them and build up the colour.

Abi breaks down painting a pretty vase of flowers into easy steps.

Once you order the class, you will be sent a link to the recording which you can do whenever suits you. The class lasts approximately an hour.

We recommend pausing the video for drying time.

You will also be sent links to the suggested materials you need.


We recommend you invest in:

A box of 10 Daler Rowney or Winsor and Newton acrylics or similar

Acrylic brushes

A pad or large piece of 300 gsm paper (you can use watercolour paper)

or a square stretched canvas (any size from 12” upwards)

or a plain piece of brown cardboard (from a box)

Scrap paper or copy paper to test the colours

A pencil

A rubber

A pair of scissors

Kitchen roll or loo roll

A jar or mug of water

A hair dryer

Wear an apron or old clothes


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