Posts Tagged Visual Arts

08/01/2019

Palette Points and Brush Re-Markstm According to gail.

Birthing a painting is similar to birthing a baby! You decide to. You make your plans. You gather supplies. The baby arrives, the painting is started. Each one goes through phases of development until they get to be teenagers and you want to throw them away! That is just before they start to mature and become your own work of art! Now you begin to really enjoy them.

07/15/2019

Palette Points and Brush Re-Markstm According to gail.

There is nothing that I, as your instructor can do, which will overcome what you, the student, is not willing to try!

07/01/2019

Palette Points and Brush Re-Markstm According to gail.

A palette full of pigments and a jar full of brushes does not automatically make you an artist. You can paint anything you want with one tube each of the three primary colors and three brushes. Why do I say this? Because my first w/c instructor started me that way. I can paint anything I want to paint using only the above mentioned three and three.

06/15/2019

Palette Points and Brush Re-Markstm According to gail.

Oscar Wilde said, “Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative." You must have "Variations" in your paintings. Variations of Line, Value, Color, Texture, Shape, Size and Direction. These, by the way, are “The Seven Basic Elements of Design.”

05/15/2019

Palette Points and Brush Re-Markstm According to gail.

Composition~Shapes: Everything is made up of abstract shapes. An ideal composition usually includes a combination of organic, geometric and abstract shapes. You as the artists “In Charge” are a Shape Maker. Always ask yourself: “Is that a good Shape?”.