I've been busy having lazy art days. These are days when I feel wrapped up in the present, in a flow of creativity that guides me.
I call these days lazy in that I sometimes work with art all day in my pajamas, don't answer the phone, leave the dishes and the rest of the world behind.
Take the Leap ~ Dusty Attic ~ Canvas & Textured Modelling Paste Background Tutorial
I have really been enjoying playing with Canvas's lately! This canvas is featuring the new Dusty Attic Birdcage and Flutterbies. I also have a tutorial on creating this background, that came about purely by accident! I had coated the background of the canvas with Modelling Paste then as I was moving a bag of stuff over it I dropped it on the canvas and when I lifted it up I went "Ooooh! I like that" so wola!! Love this textured background finish! The New Dusty Attic Flutterbies & The New…
Acrylic & Mixed Media Painting -Lost Wing 3 by Caroline Jernigan
Tutorial 4 part. Applying texture to both extra thick handmade paper & canvas with acrylic & other mediums. Relief painting.AcrylicAndMixedMedia.com
Gesso: The Miracle Mark-Making Medium - Cloth Paper Scissors
What’s a quick and easy way to add texture and interest to your art journals, collages, paintings, and mixed-media art? Try mark making in gesso. Artist Leighanna Light made these patterns using texture and mark-making techniques and gesso or plaster. Gesso is a relatively inexpensive chalky primer that comes in white or black. It adheres…