Painting with Acrylics

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Search Press, 2000 - Art - 48 pages
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Acrylics are versatile and can be used in many different ways; they also have unique qualities and can be painted on to canvas, paper, wood or board. Using a sequence of inspirational pictures and specially commissioned step-by-step photographs, Wendy Jelbert shows how to use this medium to create pure acrylic, scumbling and impasto effects, blended washes, glazes of colour and more. She takes you through all the stages of creating a painting, from the basic brushwork to final details, illustrating how to capture light and shade, tone and form. Whatever your skill level, you will be able to develop your own style and techniques with this invaluable guide.

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Arnold Lowrey exhibits his paintings in England and Wales and teaches painting classes. He is the author of "Starting to Paint. "Wendy Jelbert is a teacher and artist who works in pastels, oils, acrylics, watercolors, and unconventional mixed-media. She is the author of "From Sketch to Painting. "Geoff Kersey is a watercolorist who is much in demand as a teacher and demonstrator. He is the author of "Perspective" "Depth & Distance," Barry Herniman owns a graphic design studio and has won several awards for his watercolor paintings. He is the author of "Painting Mood and Atmosphere.

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