Painting Classes

Learn to paint in a nurturing, relaxed environment.

Cal Create
Feb 14, Feb 28, March 7 and March 21at UCB
A warm welcome to all my mentees at CalCreate! I have posted detailed descriptions of the lessons I will be teaching. Lessons 1 and 2 are up already. Lessons 3 and 4 will be up soon. 

Painting of a woman in front of a pond

“Pam Painting at Jewel Lake,” oil on masonite, 16 x 20,” 2016.

Landscape Plein Air at the Richmond Art Center
Wednesdays, 12-3 pm at various locations
This Spring, spend time painting au plein air at several beautiful great East Bay outdoor locations. Whether you are a beginner or a more advanced painting student, you’ll enjoy discovering beginner-friendly painting spots, and improving your technique in the company of new friends. You’ll receive support through the difficulties of painting outdoors. Read More

Finding Your Painting Voice Class at Rebeca’s Studio
One Sunday a Month, 10-1 pm
You’ve done the workshops, bought the books and seen the demos, and now you’re ready for the next stage! For my students this means interacting with a practicing artist to get answers to many types of questions as well as support through the difficult tasks involved in the business of painting. To reserve a spot for this ongoing class, please email me… Read More

Photo of a collage of the Frank Bette Center

Collage of the Frank Bette Center by Genie Scott.

Acrylic Still Life, One-Day Workshops at the Frank Bette Center
Sat, February 24, or Friday March 23, 9:00 to 4:00 pm
Acrylic is possibly the most versatile and forgiving medium. Each of these identical workshops is structured so that beginners as well as more experienced painters can take a tour of its exciting possibilities while painting the still life. We’ll cover the uses of several additives and how to mix acrylic colors… Read More or Register

Would You Like To Help Paint A Mural This Summer?
I will be the lead artist directing the painting of an environmentally-themed mural on the Richmond Greenway beginning May 2018. This mural project is funded by a Neighborhood Public Art grant from the City of Richmond. We´ll be working in collaboration with the Watershed Project during the weekends of May and June. Please contact me using any of the forms on this website if you are interested in helping one or several days… Read more