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New DVD - Rocks, Sand & Sea Glass Released



Released today April 4, 2013
Rocks, Sand & Sea Glass   
This 2 disk program is packed full of fun and information. Follow along with seven different step-by-step lessons and learn many techniques that can help make painting easier. Understand more about shape, texture and how to pull those rocks and stones up off the paper as if by magic. Create sand that gives the illusion of real sand with a three dimensional appearance. Have fun, enjoy yourself and feel successful. Running time 103 minutes  


Part 1    Lessons 1 & 2 
Introduction & material list,  follow along in Lesson 1 and learn the foundation of  shape, shadow, color and texture while creating stones and sand. Lesson 2 apply these techniques into a simple composition using a very unique texture application. Running time 49 minutes

Part 2    Lessons 3 - 7 
Step-by-step lessons of turning sand into pebbles, painting muscle shells with sand inside, bending kelp, ripples in the sand, review, different compositions, wet and dry sea glass, along with many other fun techniques. Running time 54 minutes  $ 69.95  
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 Rocks, Sand & Sea Glass 
Workshops 2013

May 6 - 7        
Rocks, Sand & Sea Glass      Toronto CAN
All levels: more information contact Tamar Citak at Studio Six 
webmaster@studio-six.com    tel: 905-475-1136  fax: 905-475-1271
register now
July 6          
Rocks, Sand & Sea Glass       Pt Reyes CA 
Pt Reyes National Seashore CA  All levels welcome. More information
Contact Jen Spangler,  415-663-1200 x 373, 
fieldinstitute@ptreyes.org   
register now  
   
Aug 5 - 9      
Rocks, Sand, Sea Glass         Mendocino CA
All levels To register contact call 707-937-5818 or 800-653-3328 or online
 
Mendocino Art Center Workshop Discounts
Early Bird Discount register before April 14 and save 5%
 Become a MAC member and save an additional 10% off class registration and 15% if you are a MAC member residing in Mendocino County.  

Lodging Discounts for MAC students:  
$ 79 a night at the Hill House 
Private housing list  (call the Registrar @ 707 9375818x10)Other discounts  
  rocks class

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  1. I know my ordered DVD is on the way to me in Australia and cannot wait to play it after seeing your preview

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