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.
Seth Apter shares a step-by-step mixed-media art exercise to help you learn how to work intuitively.
Have you ever been in the mood to create something new, but didn’t know exactly what you wanted to make or where to start? Staci Swider is here to show you how to resolve it, with an exercise in mixed-media painting techniques.
Roxanne Evans Stout’s new Art Lesson is all about using gesso in mixed-media art–but maybe not the way you’re used to using it.
When I saw Rae Missigman’s latest Art Lesson, Nature’s Stamps, my mind immediately went to using tall grass somehow in a mixed-media art project.
Take in Jodi Ohl’s mixed-media art advice on how to get through the most difficult stages of creating a painting. Don’t worry, friends, we’ve all been there!
I have taught and continue to teach a variety of mixed-media art workshops online and in person around the country over the last several years, so it’s no wonder I’ve heard just about every question there is around painting, selling art, and becoming a full time artist that there is.
Boy, are we lucky! For today’s post, Nathalie Kalbach is here to give you three tips for acrylic painting. These aren’t just any tips–this is information she wished she had when she first began learning acrylic painting techniques. Now a professional artist, Nathalie has four brand new Acrylic Painting Workshop DVDs that are part of an exclusive…