Jerry’s LIVE Episode #89 – Acrylics 101 for Beginners with Basic Supplies When artists want to try a new medium, it can be hard to determine what you REALLY need (at bare minimum) to give it a trial run, ensuring it’s really for you. This episode features the basic acrylic supplies you need to…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 31/01/2019
Oil Painting Mediums Questions – Drying Oils & Mediums- with Guest Jimmy Leslie – Jerry’s Live Episode Episode #80
Jerry’s LIVE Episode #80: Drying Oils & Mediums- with Guest Jimmy Leslie From the beginning oil painter to the well-heeled professional, EVERYONE can learn a little something from esteemed guest, Jimmy Leslie! Armed with the knowledge of proper oil painting etiquette and WInsor & Newton oils and mediums, Jimmy gives the best explanations of fat…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 24/10/2018
Why Use Impasto Medium: Paint In Heavy Impasto Techniques Without Wasting Valuable Pigment! Layers Will Dry Without Shrinking, Cracking Or Wrinkling! In this article we are focusing on LUKAS Impasto Oil Painting Medium used to mix with oil paints for impasto techniques. Lukas Painting Butter is very heavy bodied and therefore gives extremely thick oil colors, accelerates drying,…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/09/2018
A Safer, Natural Alternative to Turpentine – Chelsea Classical Studio Lavender Spike Oil Essence The Chelsea Classical Medium, Lavender Spike Oil Essence has a distinctive, sweet lavender scent, and is a safer, natural alternative to Turpentine and does not cause chronic health problems that are often associated with turpentine or odorless petroleum mineral spirits. Non-toxic alternatives…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 13/08/2018
Most experts will agree that linseed oil is the most flexible of all the oils used in the production of oil color. The reason pale oils are used is because linseed oil was not all that pale and tended to give a slight yellowish cast when the painting was finished. Additionally, it would darken over time,…..