Have fun with mark making when you learn how to use a dip pen to add patterns and visual texture to your mixed-media art!
Winsor & Newton’s Masterclass series of art videos is a great (and free!) way to discover what’s on the market and broaden your spectrum…
Art inspiration from Danielle Donaldson, author of CreativeGirl. Discover how to work through the “hot mess” stage of your mixed-media art!
Learn how you can use kitchen staples such as salt and cinnamon to add texture and color to your mixed-media art!
Discover painting inspiration for art journaling!
A free mini-lesson on watercolor painting for beginners from Gina Rossi Armfield. Use this idea for your art journal and more!
Throughout “Incite 4: The Best of Mixed Media,” you’ll find plenty of inspiring pieces to awaken your own creative spirit.
Since acrylic is water-based, oil doesn’t seem like it would be a good partner–but you might be pleasantly surprised if you combine the two.
Mixed-media artists love using acrylic paint in their projects, whether for an art journal page, collage, monoprint, stamping, or a mixed-media painting. Acrylics are a staple supply because they’re easy to work with, come in an array of colors and types, and can be mixed with a variety of mediums, such as texture paste, gesso, and…
Staci Swider, author of Acrylic Expressions, shares 5 mixed-media art techniques for adding texture to your backgrounds with simple products.