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Flower Paintings in Acrylic

Flower Paintings in Acrylic


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There are so many approaches and styles you can take to painting, and nowhere is that more evident when it comes to flowers. With so many species and so many ways to arrange them; whether they’re wild or carefully tended in a garden, there’s an infinite number of ways to paint them. Add in your own artistic flair and style, and the possibilities are endless, and a little bit daunting.

But why choose one style? Once you start painting flowers, you’ll never want to stop, so grab a stack of canvases and your brushes, and get started with some various approaches demonstrated by acclaimed artist and instructor, Tim Fisher. You’ll get three art lessons in one with these demonstrations on painting poppies, wild roses, and magnolias, and you’ll learn a painterly, Impressionistic approach by using your palette knife and various brushstrokes. Give your flower paintings texture, learn how to paint leaves, stems, branches and petals, as well as how to paint the light and shadows that create depth and dimension in your acrylic painting.

Preview How to Paint Flowers in Acrylic with Tim Fisher, then head over to ArtistsNetwork.tv for the full-length video, materials lists, and more.


Watch the video: Heritage Acrylic Rose- Lost and Found Edges (May 2022).


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