Strokes of Color in Acrylic with Sharon DiGuilio

$130, $115 mbrs. (discounted price will display for members upon login)

Limit 12 students

Students will meet in the third floor Classroom, 533 Eaton Street

PLEASE NOTE: you will be required to provide proof of a recent negative Covid test, or of full Covid vaccination, to attend this program, as it is indoors. Masks required. Click here for details on the Covid-19 precautions we’re taking.

sponsored by Green Parrot Bar


If you’d like to attend, but just can’t afford it, we may be able to help. Learn more about The Studios Accessibility Fund here.


Class Description

In this course, students will work with acrylics, pens and markers to create paintings on watercolor paper. Learn to express yourself with line, design, paint colors and mark making gestures. Explore the amazing world of color mixing and create harmony in your work in the most fascinating way. Get ready for a fun filled day learning to create in a new way, making your own mark.

All levels

Meet Your Instructor

Sharon DiGiulio is an award winning acrylic/collage artist. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Fine and Applied Arts at Central Michigan University, DiGiulio moved to Key West, Florida to pursue a career in the arts. She worked as a graphic artist and package designer for six years before relocating to Raleigh, North Carolina landing a position with the largest screen-printing company as the art director. Her passion lead her to Jerry’s Artarama as the event coordinator where she organizes workshops lead by internationally known artists from all over the country.

Heavily influenced by the talent surrounding her, DiGiulio now has no choice but to work in a mixed media fashion. “It seems I learn something new about a different medium weekly and I just have to try it! I dare myself to use every technique I can think of from transfers, to watercolor to basic drawing, and printmaking to encaustics, to painting and stitching in creating my acrylic collages. The choices are endless. Now my challenge is to put it all together with my collection of photos and make it work. I read a ton of books and pull from childhood experiences and memories to embellish my work.”

Supply List

Watercolor paper, pens, markers and apron provided.

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Tue-Sat, 10am-4pm

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