Palette Knife Painting Workshop

Express yourself with palette knife painting at this Clifton workshop

3 hours Class size 1 to 15

label $150 (or 4 payments of $37.50 Afterpay)

Inspired by her surroundings, music and experiences, Jacqueline Molina, who studied at the Institute of Art at the National University of Asuncion, will walk you through the satisfying art of palette-knife painting.

Learn how to handle a palette knife, mix and apply paint. Experiment with textural qualities, expressive gestures, enhance light and movement with a fast-paced technique.

At the end of this relaxing class, take home your own form of abstract expressionism and the confidence to continue creating!

Knowledge required
This workshop invites students of every level.
What you'll get
Your own completed artwork!
What to bring
A selection of paints, palette knives and boards will be provided at the workshop, though students are welcome to bring their own tools.

What you will get
  • Acrylic paints
  • Palette knives and brushes

What you can bring
  • If you have a special knife, selection of paints and a palette you love you are more than welcome to bring them along.
  • Optional apron or smock
  • Old magazines and other props for inspiration

Jacqueline Molina is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines.


Clifton School of Arts, Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Clifton NSW

Your teacher
Jacqueline Molina
Jacqueline Molina

Palette Knife Painter

4.8 (10)

Jacqueline is a Sydney based artist, born in Broken Hill and raised in (R)Adelaide. From a young age she was always creating pieces of art here there. After finishing high school she moved to Paraguay with her family where she studied graphic design, did a few years of private oil painting classes, photography & engraving workshops and studied visual arts at the Superior Institute of Art of the National University of Asuncion where she discovered and developed her abstract expressionist style of painting.
The foundation of her practice is based on the spontaneity of abstract expressionism. It enables her to express and translate a non-tangible experience into a visual form enabling viewers into her visual world.
Her paintings are inspired by her surroundings, music and experiences and are created with acrylic paints and palette knives. This fast paced technique of using a palette knife creates textural qualities, expressive gestures, enhances light and movement. She has exhibited as a solo artist and taken part in group exhibitions in Asuncion, Sydney and Melbourne.

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Yujia Liu Sep 2019

Wonderful experience with Jacqueline and classmates. A good chance to discover interesting colour combination. The environment is beautiful as well. Thanks and looking forward to the next workshop!

Laura Hudson Sep 2019

Teacher was good, not too artsy which I liked but could have provided more understanding on our goals/intentions of the warm up exercises.
Venue in DARLINGHURST was lovely and added to the tranquil element of the class.
We learnt palette knife painting techniques and got to use artist extensive supply of knives but we didn’t see her demonstrate much. And only took canvases home, I had thought I might get some knives too to enable me to keep practising.
Overall, I really enjoyed my time out being creative.

Lee Oct 2016

Thank you Jacqueline and other class members for an enjoyable workshop. The view was fantastic out the windows. Jacqueline was very helpful and attentive. I would like to attend another workshop after I have practised a bit, to come and learn more.
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