Atwell Gallery Perth art workshop: just in time for the spring start to Western Australia Wildflower season…
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Acrylics In Color!
Color – What fun! Slathering Prussian and Cobalt Teal blues paints across the rough textured cotton canvas. Acrylic Colors Used Prussian Blue, Indanthrone Blue, Cobalt Teal Blue, Light Red, Naples Yellow, White I used Golden, Matisse and Winsor and Newton acrylics. The Indanthrone Blue was by Golden. This is a magnificent rich blue of great depth.Continue reading “Acrylics In Color!”
31 Muses of May
31 fun filled days in May! Creative art projects and works inspired by the Muses of May. The Challenge is On!
Viridian Green Watercolors – Part II
Glittering greens of watercolor! viridian, jade, sage, emerald… mixing your own. Or not?!
Colors of Green: Watercolors
Watercolor greens, a delight to the senses. Easy beginner watercolor mixing ideas you’ll love!
Violet and Shadows: Saturday
Courage….is Always, “good enough.” So says my lovely whiskered muse, as she sits contemplating her shadows in lilacs upon the wall.
Fresh Spring Watercolor Azaleas
Spring is here! Fresh and bright, sun drenched Azaleas with gorgeous new yellow green buds shooting forth in this lovely watercolor design!
Color On The Mountain
Impressionist Painting with sparkling colors dappling the mountainside, as if the gold, rubies and garnets were waiting….
Midnight of Eidolon: Monday
Moody Monday at midnight…. capturing the Indigo Falls And, thinking of Edgar A. Poe’s Dreamland once again. ….of Eidolon on his Night Throne. (Dawn Falls a near opposite, is a great partner post to have a quick look at along with this image.) Both paintings are inContinue reading “Midnight of Eidolon: Monday”
Flying over Naples Yellow
Little wings, seemingly in flight hovering mid air. Could it be a hummingbird? A painting with Naples Yellow, cobalt teal, indigo, and indanthrone blue create a wonderful color harmony I would not have expected from these colors! I love the gorgeous naples yellow, a wonderful soft buttery subtle yellow. Naples Yellow, Not brashContinue reading “Flying over Naples Yellow”