July 14, 2015

Acrylic Studio finishes up at ACAD

My ACAD Acrylic Studio course winds down and comes to completion at the end of the week. Its sad to see the group go but I am so proud at how far they have come and all the advancements they have made, especially those who cam in with zero experience and walked out with finished/ near finishes pieces.
The striped taping effect offers different levels of shine, shimmer and knocks back the background bringing the figure forward once more into predominance.
Daisy begins detailing the foreground elements on her landscape painting.
Sue keeps at it by painting more and more details on her very ambitions bus painting.
The boat piece gets the same sort of treatment in the grass details as she nears completion of her painting, she is always smiling too!!!
I lend out my secrets and teach others how to easily make flower of life designs to experiment and paint with.
It is one of my favorite design making techniques because it has endless potential.
Finalizing the silhouette tree and lamp posts in her first acrylic painting ever.
Once its done the final signing.
Daisy's finished landscape and studio work space with colour study.
Whitney's gem painting after the taping is removed.
The all important final displaying.
We drag over our easels and set up a display gallery in the studio for final critique.
Bam. My girls, their works, a skull named Stan and me.

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