By Jamie Markle
"Acrylics enable me to be fearless." —Rhonda Franks, p88
A exhibit of the flexibility of the medium and what is being performed with it this day, AcrylicWorks 2 good points gorgeous work from a hundred+ of modern-day most sensible artists. choked with radical options, satisfied injuries and never-ending percentages, this second quantity of the easiest of Acrylic portray specializes in how artists companion with acrylics for leap forward discoveries and breakout effects.
Acrylic paint permits the artist to play with textures, splashes, drippings, quite a few instruments and brushes...all the whereas unhindered by way of drying time. It bargains the facility to paintings a portray rainy or...
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Keller in collaboration with John L. Gleason Acrylic on wood with applied fabric 24" × 48" × 3" (61cm × 122cm × 8cm) This piece was a collaboration of two creative minds. My art and business partner, sculptor John Gleason, prepared a board and handed it off to me—no suggestions, no instructions, just trust. I was inspired by the gessoed surface with its specific intricacies and size. Having concentrated on painting eyes for most of my career, this particular plane sang for them—the eyes of someone who will watch over our children, whose clothes were made part of this piece.
I was 12 years old, working on an art lesson consisting of oil paint, a palette knife and van Gogh sunflowers. After the obligatory hospital visit, I started using only watermedia paint. Fences Pamela Conrad Acrylic on 140-lb. (300gsm) cold-pressed Fabriano 5" × 19" (13cm × 48cm) Driving home one cold winter evening, I felt good that the hay had been spread for the cattle, the snow was deep and night was coming. The landscape was divided by many fences, and I liked the small verticals interspersed with the shadows, the rolling snow-covered hills and the swirl of hay.
They are one of my favorite birds to paint. ” —JULIE CROSS Through Time (Money Bag USA) Ali Esmaeilipour Acrylic on linen and wood 37" × 45" (95cm × 115cm) I worked with colors of all mediums before I discovered acrylic twenty-five years ago. It was new and I was one of the few artists in my homeland, Iran, to paint with this medium. Searching to control acrylic on the canvas was an adventure for me; I didn’t have any information about how to work with it, no Internet, no book and no artists to help me on this journey.