“Look to the Hills” Triptych Three 8 x 8 x 3/4″ Acrylics on Gessobord I haven’t painted so many triptychs, but I like them a lot so thought I’d give it a try. They can be spaced apart as far as you like. Starting with black acrylic marker, creating lines that flowed from left toContinue reading “Beyond Color: Art Blog #6”
All Beyond Color Videos are FREE during the months of July, August & September! Enjoy Painting Demo #6, a triptych! The finished painting at the end of the video has changed somewhat. Check out my Art Blog #6 to see the final product here. If interested in purchasing, click here.
“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”
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. With the help of a MN Creative Support Arts Grant, I am creating these videos especially for underserved communities and those hard-hitContinue reading “Beyond Color: Art Bit Exercise #3”
Featured “Our Voices Matter” A Bird’s Eye View #1 See Beyond Color: Painting Tutorial #1 to watch me paint this. 12″ x 12″ Acrylic on Gessobord with 3/4″ Birch Cradle – Wired to Hang Beyond Color paintings are half price from regular 12 x 12″ price. $125.00 (includes S&H) I got lost in the movementContinue reading “Beyond Color: Art Blog #1”
*Links to all blogs and tutorials are on the dropdown menu of Beyond Color: Tutorials & Blogposts at the top right of the page. My Beyond Color project is to create short video exercises called Art Bits and a Bird’s Eye View demo of how I build a 12 x 12″ abstract expressionist painting. TheContinue reading “Beyond Color: Tutorials & Blogposts”