Beyond Color: Art Blog #3

“Holding On” Acrylic on Gessobord with 3/4″ Birch Sides, wired to hang, 12×12″. To purchase Demo Paintings click here. I often find tie-ins between painting and life in general. This week’s Art Bit Exercise #3 explored creating colorful neutrals using complementary colors, or colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. When neutralsContinue reading “Beyond Color: Art Blog #3”

Beyond Color: Painting Demo #3

Complements are colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. When mixed, many neutral colors are created. Neutrals serve different purposes. Grab a glass of wine or a sparkling water, put your feet up and watch the creation of an abstract expressionist painting. You can do it, too. This type of painting doesContinue reading “Beyond Color: Painting Demo #3”

Beyond Color: Art Bit Exercise #3

This week’s tutorial explores the creation of colorful neutrals using complements. Not compliments, like “your mother looks beautiful!” but complements, which are colors or hues across from each other on the color wheel. To learn more, subscribe below for access to this video. The suggested price is $15 per video, but you can pay whateverContinue reading “Beyond Color: Art Bit Exercise #3”

Beyond Color: Painting Demo #2

A Bird’s Eye View Painting Demo #2 Video: An acrylic painting demo using Wet-on-Dry painting method, adding Tints & Shades from Art Bit #2 tutorial. Watch the evolution of a 12×12″ painting using those two techniques. First, subscribe for access to this video. The suggested price is $15 per video, but you can pay whatContinue reading “Beyond Color: Painting Demo #2”

Beyond Color: Art Bit Exercise #2

This week’s tutorial explores the technique of wet-on-dry acrylic painting. Its effects are different than last week’s wet-in-wet painting. (If you haven’t already, check out Art Bit Exercise #1. It’s free!) Art Bit Exercise #2 Video has two exercises, the first exercise explores wet-on-dry painting with tints and shades and the second exercise, how toContinue reading “Beyond Color: Art Bit Exercise #2”