Marabu Art Crayons
I love these Marabu Art Crayons! Some friends told me about them many months ago, and I am just getting around to trying them. I have been looking for a material that has great color, is permanent, and does not need to be sealed or varnished, and I finally found what I was looking for.
These art crayons can be used in so many different ways. I use them for line work and adding highlights to watercolor and acrylic paintings. They can be used by themselves to make paintings or drawings, they can be used with stencils, they can be used directly with watercolor and acrylic paint. I love the fact that they are also water soluble.
I can work them directly into acrylic paint! they don’t lose their vibrancy at all. They can be blended, or wiped through with a towel or cloth for different effects. After about 12 hours they set up as permanent and can no longer be manipulated. They are completely lightfast and need no sealant, fixative or varnish. They are literally my perfect material! That’s why I wanted to share them with you.
Get some and see how they may help you to improve your work.
If you'd like to learn about abstract painting, then please join me for a painting workshop: (You can view a list of 2019-2020 workshops HERE)
August 7-9 David M. Kessler Fine Art Studio, Winston-Salem, NC. For information and Registration Click Here. Sold Out!
August 23-25 Lowe Mill Arts and Entertainment, Huntsville, AL. For information and registration Click Here.
September 9-12 Pacific Northwest Art School, Whidbey Island, WA. For information and registration Click Here.
September 20-22 Associated Louisiana Artists, Lake Charles, LA. For more information and registration Click Here.
October 4-6 Arts and Design Society, Fort Walton Beach, FL. For more information and registration contact Hanna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 14-16 Sharon Serrago Studio, Richardson, TX. For information and registration Click Here.
October 24-26 Arizona Art Supply, Phoenix, AZ. For information and registration Click Here.
November 4-6 David M. Kessler Fine Art Studio, Winston-Salem, NC. For information and Registration Click Here. Sold Out!
November 16-17 Art of the Carolinas, Raleigh, NC-Sponsored by Jerry’s Artarama. For information and registration Click Here.
As always, thanks for your support!
P.S. If you you'd like to learn more about Abstract Painting in the comfort of your home or studio, I have a great course called Abstract Painting Academy available for you:
Abstract Painting Academy is an online workshop experience. It is my best and most thorough course covering everything you need to become a better abstract painter.
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