Abstract Painting Process-Part 5
I want to emphasize that this painting is painted wet into wet and none of the paint is allowed to dry. It is NOT painted in multiple layers.
I begin by tying together my dark value shapes and also continue to work the edges between shapes for seamless transitions. I add light value yellow-green near my centers of interest to help them pop even more. I continue to adjust shapes, values and colors until I come to a stopping point where I know that I need to take time to analyze what I have done and make final corrections. In the final video, Part 6, I will make those corrections and complete the painting with my signature - stay tuned!
If you're interested in attending a workshop with me in 2018, check out my list of upcoming workshops: (You can view a list of 2018 workshops HERE)
- March 21-23 Contemporary Artists of Southern Arizona, Tucson, AZ. To register contact Jan Sennewald: email@example.com.
- March 26-28 Arizona Art Supply, Phoenix, AZ. To register contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org or Click HERE to register online.
- April 13-15 Conroe Art League, Conroe, TX. To register contact Kathryn Marks: email@example.com
- April 18-21 Artist's Showplace, Dallas, TX. To register contact San Cheang: firstname.lastname@example.org
- May 3-5 David M. Kessler Fine Art Studio, Winston-Salem, NC. (Only 2 Seats Left!) To register online Click Here. If you have questions contact David: email@example.com.
As always, thanks so much for your support!
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