Paint the Big Apple: A Relaxing Art Class with Helen Woodford on 7th February on-line

Jan 18, 2024

  Calling all New York dreamers and art enthusiasts! Join me for a relaxing online art class where we'll paint a stunning New York-themed masterpiece together.

No prior experience necessary! This one-hour session on Wednesday, February 7th, 2024, from 12:30-1.30 PM, is designed for anyone who wants to unwind, tap into their artistic side, and create a beautiful piece of art.

Here's what you can expect:

Join me from the comfort of your home, with a cup of coffee or tea in hand, and let the creative flow begin.

Follow along with me: I'll be guiding you step-by-step as I create a unique New York scene using acrylic paints and inks.

Capture the essence of NYC: We'll be channelling the bustling energy of the city, iconic landmarks like taxis and skyscrapers, and the vibrant street art that adds a touch of magic to every corner.

Unleash your creativity: Even if you're a beginner, this class is all about having fun and exploring your artistic potential. There are no mistakes, just happy accidents and the joy of creating something beautiful.

Here's what you'll need:

  • Acrylic paints: Red, orange, purple, white
  • Black ink
  • A4 card to paint on
  • Brushes
  • Downloadable "street signs" PDF (have it printed ready)
  • An old credit card or piece of plastic to drag paint around with
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors

Ready to paint the town red (or orange, or purple)? Click the link below to sign up for the class and get ready to unleash your inner artist!

This one-hour class is £12 or FREE for Hub members.

To register for this class see:

or if you’d like to become a Hub member for just £19 a month to access 2 live classes a month plus access to huge archive of video art classes see:

See you in the virtual studio!

P.S. Want to see a sneak peek of the magic we'll create? Check out this image of a vibrant New York street scene painted with acrylics and inks:

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