Lisa Daria Kennedy – Daily Painting, Embrace the Practice

Duration of Class: One Day (6 Hours) // Medium: Acrylic (Oil painters welcome/Gamsol only for thinner and Linseed only for medium) // Skill Level: All

Cost: $240-$270


This workshop is FULL! Please email to be added to the waitlist.

This workshop will embrace the importance of a daily practice as a path to improving creativity and image making skills. Through a combination of demos, in-class assignments and individual instruction each student will learn techniques to create fresh, deliberate marks. Guided by an artist who has made over 3500 daily, consecutive, paintings (so far) you’ll embrace the painting process while learning tricks to stay inspired and motivated as well as generate ideas for your own daily practice. All levels are welcome.


• Loosen up – break away from ‘drawing’ your painting
• Simplify the Process
• Make confident and varying brush marks, color and composition


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Day 1 (8/2/19)

Class Size

Min # of students: 10
Max # of students: 18

Supply List

  • Colors
  • Alizarin Crimson Hue Permanent
  • Cadmium Red Medium or Napthol Red (cad red is often on backorder)
  • Cadmium Yellow Light
  • Cadmium Yellow Medium
  • Phthalo blue (green shade)
  • Ultramarine Blue (green shade)
  • Titanium White
  • Optional color (great for pinks) - Quinacridone Magenta
  • Brushes
  • 2 Windsor and Newton University Bright #8 Series 237
  • 1 Windsor and Newton University Bright #12 Series 237
  • Miscellaneous
  • Paper towels
  • Spray bottle for water - a travel hairspray bottle for a fine mist is recommended Disposable palette
  • View Catcher
  • Spot light (clip on, from hardware store is fine)
  • Light Bulb – a flood light/spotlight is preferred for type of light
  • Empty container for water to wash brushes in - anything will do –
  • Easel, tabletop or freestanding - My setup is from
  • Panel Holder (optional) -
  • Still Life Objects
  • Fruit, vegetables, vessels, fabric - we are painting small panels, so make sure objects/vases are on the smaller size - small jars like honey, mustard, etc. work great.

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