Summer ‘Pay As You Go’ Art Classes

Pay As You Go Summer Art Classes in Dublin

I hope this message finds you well and brimming with artistic inspiration! I’m thrilled to unveil my exciting new series of summer art classes centered around impressionism. I know that the summer months are a busy time for you all. So, with a convenient pay-as-you-go model, you have the flexibility to join us for one class or embark on a captivating artistic journey throughout the next two months.

Do you love Van Gogh, Morisot, Cézanne, Seurat? Over June and July. indulge your passion for art and immerse yourself in the enchanting and sun-soaked world of impressionism as you learn to capture the essence of nature through bold brushstrokes and vibrant colors. 

I will guide you through various techniques, empowering you to create your own stunning artworks. Whether you’re a seasoned artist or just starting your artistic adventure, these classes are designed to inspire and challenge you.

Don’t miss this opportunity to unleash your creativity and explore the timeless beauty of impressionism. Secure your spot today by visiting our website or contacting us directly. Limited seats are available, so act fast to reserve your place in these unforgettable art classes.

Let your brush dance on the canvas and experience the joy of painting like never before! We can’t wait to see the art you create.

Bring your own materials: You can see a materials list below. I teach oils and acrylics.

If you require materials for use in your class, I can provide them for a supplement of €10.

An easel, palette, brushes, canvas panel, rags, solvent and paints.

You can arrange that by using the ticketing function below.

Materials checklist.

The aim of this class is to paint small and paint often. For students, get good quality branded paints such as Winton Oils -good student quality paint, you can get them everywhere and the colours are consistent). 
  • Cobalt Blue
  • Permanent Rose
  • Cadmium Yellow Pale Hue
  • Titanium White (or Titanium buff)
  • Burnt Siena (or Burnt Umber)
  • Ivory Black (failing Ivory Black, get Indigo or Paynes Grey).



  • Bring boards or canvases –don’t forget you’ll need to take them home with you after the session, so not too big. Somewhere around 6″ x 8″ or 8″ x 10″ is perfect.
  • A Table box-easel (Like the ones at this link). These are widely available in art shops.
  • flat wood painter’s palette (rather than one of those white plastic palettes with dips -they’re more for watercolours).
  • Solvent: Zest-it, (if you can’t get that, get Sansodor). For cleaning brushes and diluting paint.
  • A jar or tin with a water-tight screw-top lid for your solvent. You could also use a ‘dipper’ or ‘double-dipper” (Like the ones at this link).
  • Brushes –Synthetic short flat brights: 12 and 6. Also, a Round No. 1. Try Crafty Studio,  ArtminesK&M Evans or Eason) and THESE are the ones.  See a video about beginner brushes here.
  • It’s useful to have a small palette knife for mixing and cleaning up – and sometimes painting.
  • Rags
  • If you like Liquin, bring that too. (Liquin is a quick-drying medium and glazing additive).
  • Wet wipes.
  • Wear old clothes: painting can be a messy business!