Art on Demand | Palm Tree Painting With Kathy Schumacher

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Join us Monday, June 8th  at 9am for a virtual Art on Demand event brought to you by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County in partnership with Alys Beach and

In this episode, local artist Kathy Schumacher offers a Palm Tree painting class designed for beginning painters. Viewers will be able to easily follow along with step-by-step instructions to learn basic painting techniques such as color mixing, brush strokes, and pointillism. So grab these supplies, tune in and follow along!

The event will be viewable on 30A, Alys Beach and Cultural Arts Alliance’s Facebook pages as well as available on the CAA’s YouTube channel following the broadcast.

Supplies Needed:

Paper Towels
Plastic plate
Water cup
16” x 20” stretched canvas
Acrylic Paint:
* Cool Blue
* White
* Yellow
* Brown
* Raw Sienna (yellow ochre)
* #11 flat
* #5 round
* #1 round
* Or similar sizes

Kathy Schumacher is an oil painter based in Northwest Florida’s Emerald Coast. She is nationally recognized for her distinctive palette knife style.

After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, as a military wife, Schumacher worked and traveled around the world. After raising her two children, she discovered an innate talent and heartfelt passion for oil painting. Her mid-life discovery evolved into a career: she was bound to be a professional artist.

Schumacher is primarily a self-taught artist citing an instinctive flair for painting. Initially, her art career began in traditional oil painting, but eventually she developed her own style using palette knives. Her novel approach is recognizable in any subject she chooses to paint: vibrant colors, energetic strokes, and multidimensional attributes resulting in a dynamic final product.

Schumacher derives her inspiration from her natural surroundings: coastal landscapes, plants, florals, and even people and animals. Her original works have been exhibited at several galleries and fine art shows. She has a devoted following and collector base throughout the country. Most recently, Schumacher and her daughter, who is also an artist, had their first mother-daughter art exhibition hosted by Ferrari of San Diego. 

To learn more about Schumacher, and to view her portfolio, please visit

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