Draw & Paint with Tode -RESIN ART FOR BEGINNERS

  • $120.00

Study resin art techniques with Birgit Tode at the Visual Arts Center (VAC). This class will teach you the basics skills needed to work with resin.  You will learn how to use pigments, how to create embellishments, layer, and how to add structures to your work. 

Your instructor will provide demonstrations in order to create a large piece of resin art on wood. You will learn through demonstrations and step by step instruction with your instructor. Along with focusing on your own resin creation.  This class will focus on the safety and health rules while working in this medium. Please make sure you wear clothes that are able to be stained, such as wearing an apron. Please make sure you bring a mask with you if you are sensitive with fumes.   $80 Material Fee paid to Instructor. 


4 Week Class: Monday, 9:00am - 12:00pm

Birgit Tode, Instructor

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Registration: Please register early. Classes with less than five registered students may be cancelled up to 24 hours in advance of the start date.  Cancellation notifications are made by email and/or telephone (including voice messages) to the email address and telephone number on file. Please check your voice mail and email prior to leaving for class. 

Registration closes 72 hours prior to start date.. If you have difficulty registering online, please call the VAC at 941-639-8810), or email info@visualartcenter.org and someone will help you.


Class tuition is fully refundable, less a non-refundable reservation deposit of $25 ($20 VAC Member) up until 30 days prior to class. An Education Credit (less a non-refundable deposit) may be issued towards a future class between 29 days and 10 days prior to class start. All fees become non-refundable 9 days prior to class start unless the class is cancelled by the VAC.