Learn “Acrylic Pour Painting” in Randolph Community College Class

ASHEBORO (February 22, 2018)

Randolph Community College will offer a new class in “Acrylic Pour Painting” beginning in March. Acrylic pour painting is the art of mixing two or more paint colors in the same container, pouring them onto a canvas or other medium in a desired pattern, then using gravity to move the paint around creating interesting and sometimes surprising colors and results.

Example of acrylic pour painting by Victoria Pierce
Examples of jewelry created with acrylic pour painting

Examples of acrylic pour painting by instructor Victoria Pierce, who will teach a class at RCC beginning March 19.

In this class with instructor Victoria Pierce, students will explore flip cup painting, puddle pour painting, negative space painting, sink strainer pour painting, and painting bottle bottom technique. Surfaces used will include stretch canvas, old albums, rocks, Christmas ornaments, flower pots, wood, and tiles. The class will also learn how to make jewelry with paint skins.

The class will meet from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Mondays, March 19 through April 23, in Room 102 of the Building Trades Center on the Asheboro Campus. No class will be held on April 2. The cost is $55.55. Students will be provided with a supply list upon registration. 

Call the Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division at RCC, 336-633-0268, to register.