Faux finish school
 
Calendar of faux finish training classes at Dundean Studios

 

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faux finish school for beginners

The Faux Design classes are laid out as part of a week-long seminar where you can take as much or as little as you have time for. See the calendar.

 

 

 

 

Faux Design - Level I:
- professional series - foundation class

An intensive class designed for painters, paper-hangers, aspiring faux painters, artists and homeowners with painting experience wishing to learn a variety of faux wall finishes, achieving professional results using professional water-based glazes. Faux painting for beginners

At this faux painting workshop You will learn various top-selling techniques such as Parchment glazing (soft color wash), layering, frottage, stripes, oak heart wood graining, and other wall finishes and techniques. All water-based materials are used throughout the class.

Our faux finish school is considered one of the premier schools in the country because of the unparalled experience of our instructors who can teach by drawing on their combined practical industry experience and professional qualifications. This is our foundation class for people who have no experience in working with transparent glazes who wish to pursue more advanced courses. Basics such as primer/base paint selection, repair, taping, room preparation and job site protocol are covered as well as faux finish and broken-color work.

This course is accredited by the PDPA and a course outline is available upon request.

Class Information:

December 8 & 9, 2014 Monday-Tuesday- 9am to 4pm FD1-1208-14
Qty:

Price: $595.00

 

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  Lunch is provided  
     
     
Instructor: Dean Sickler

Faux finish school and workshop for beginners and aspiring professionals

A faux finish or faux painting is a painted imitation of something that occurs naturally. This is not sponging, ragging, smooshing, bagging or any other so-called faux painting technique where the tool mark is left undisguised on a surface. Broken color wall glazing is texturing a transluscent, colored wall glaze with a tool. We make a distinction between the two in our classes. The intermediate classes are where you start to learn the art of real faux finishing. This generally requires developing a skill rather than just a technique and requires practise.

 

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Products used:

Modern Masters:
Extender, Varnishes

Golden Artist Colors:
Fluid acrylics, Golden Glaze

Polyvine:
Scumble, Varnish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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