Oh boy. This painting is fun!
I wanted to do a blue canvas. Focus on blues, greens, a mellow, calm canvas. The pop of colour was going to be from the yellow and purple in the background (and, on a side note: I’m using purple! I usually don’t because I find it almost Easter eggy in colour but look at me go, 2 days of purple!) Ha. We see how well that turned out.
- 11″ x 14″ Artist’s Loft canvas
- Golden acrylic paints: carbon black, manganese blue, teal (fluid acrylic), ultramarine violet, cadmium yellow light, cadmium red light, and light green
- Liquitex professional acrylic light blue
- Liquitex professional gesso
- Neocolor II wax pastels
- Sharpie oil based paint pen
- Faber-Castell Pitt pens big brush and brush
- Staedtler pigment liner
Today’s page was a very zen experience. Very relaxing. Grabbed my paints and just… created.
Check out today’s contribution to my 366 Days of Art Project here.
- Canson XL Mixed Media 11″x14″ journal
- Liquitex Basics Paints:
- Mars Black
- Raw Umber
- Raw Sienna
- Cadmium Yellow Medium Hue
- Cadmium Orange Hue
- Primary Red
- Alizarin Crimson Hue Permanent
- Holben Acrylic Colours Mat Yellow M012
- Golden Gesso
- Sharpie Paint Pen White
- Faber Castell Pitt Pens, Big Brush and Medium
- Finnabair Prima Stencils: Dots & Stripes, and Ripped Fishnet
- Ranger Dylusion Stencil: Honeycomb Large
My latest post on our Alberta Craft Alert is a super cute Mini (Fake) Terrarium project that’s super fast and easy. I had the kids doing this one at the last Mercer Collective’s Kids Craft Table and they loved it.