Nov
7
2013

A Jerry's Online Street Team Art Project with Vicki Gould

Professional Painter Vicki Gould uses SoHo Urban Artist Oil Colors to create a gorgeous, realistic tiger! In her Artist Spotlight, we introduced Vicki Gould, an award-winning oil painter. From her experience, she finds that no other oil paints out SoHo Urban Artist Oil Colors for her style of painting. SoHo Oil colors provide a smooth color application and a soft, even consistency. They are a great paint to start learning with and perfect for painters on a budget.    Vicki Gould didn't have the chance to try SoHo oil paints until recently. Vicki found them to be very smooth and needing very little medium. The color and saturat... [More]
Nov
5
2013

Acrylic Painter Vicki Gould in Jerry's Artist Spotlight

Introducing Vicki Gould Vicki Gould was born and reared in southern, rural Indiana but has deep Kentucky roots. Her father's family was longtime residents of Carter County, Kentucky and her mother's family called Clay County, KY their home for many years. Vicki currently lives on a small hilltop farm in wester Elliot County where she enjoys tending chickens, turkeys, rabbits, and her beautiful Golden Retrievers. Vicki loves outdoor activities like fishing and simply admiring and enjoying the beauty of nature. As a young child, Vicki had a great interest in drawing and would add her own drawings to her school work. Vicki put aside her interest... [More]
Jul
1
2013

A Jerry's Online Street Team Art Project with Pam Carriker

Professional mixed media artist, Pam Carriker, uses her own product line with Derivan to create art journal pages!   1. You can use any kind of printed paper for this step. Let the journal page sing a song of your recent ideas & experiences! Adhere some collage material to the watercolor paper using Mixed-Media Adhesive and let dry. *Note: Try to use personal collage materials. A few items you might want to consider would be written letters, kids' homework or office waste. This will add a more personal meaning to your pages!   2. 2. Use Matisse Low Viscosity Gesso as a wash (1:1 :: gesso:water) to unify the collage. Be caref... [More]

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