Art inspiration from Danielle Donaldson, author of CreativeGirl. Discover how to work through the “hot mess” stage of your mixed-media art!
Creating playful words and letters using block and bubble lettering styles brings me right back to my childhood. I always had a notebook on hand and would get lost in a world of doodling chunky, fun inspirational words and phrases…
Apply this common drawing exercise to the beginning stages of your collage and watch your art improve!
Ideas and inspiration for setting and achieving your own art goals, including a comment-to-win contest just for mixed-media artists!
These aren’t traditional collage techniques; they add risk-taking as an active component to the process. From Dean Nimmer’s “Creating Abstract Art.”
A free download on how to explore abstract art by making textured tiles. This is an exclusive excerpt from Jodi Ohl’s new book, Abstracts in Acrylic and Ink!
Oil pastels offer a short learning curve and little setup–open the box and start creating. Read this free article from Cloth Paper Scissors to learn more!
Learn how you can use kitchen staples such as salt and cinnamon to add texture and color to your mixed-media art!
Today I’m pleased to bring you a guest blog post from Mary Beth Shaw, mixed-media artist, author, and founder of StencilGirl Products. Mary Beth is also one of four artist/instructors featured in Art Journaling Live 3, along with Gina Rossi Armfield, Nathalie Kalbach, and Jodi Ohl! Score this lively DVD kit and learn how to rock…
Incorporating hand-drawn letters and numbers into mixed-media art can be done in an artful way that’s both personal and expressive.