Pile It On Baby
Layering, glazing, happy water or surface combinations.
Painting water formations initially appears to be a daunting task. Developing movement of the hand with a small fan brush, called a “z” stroke, the artist can let go and easily paint any form of water. Forms of water may include a calm pond, quiet stream, a rushing river, a deep ocean or a neutral lake. The use of glazing with thin paints can easily create depth to a body of water. The water flows allowing both the artist and the viewer to flow with it; letting go and allowing an unshackled independence to emerge unobstructed by limitation. Impressionist, Claude Monet represented this in many of his paintings associated with different bodies of water.
Purchase price is for online access to this class for a period of 12 months.