Learn Mixed Media Painting Step-By-Step

Jerry’s LIVE Episode #90 – Mixed Media Painting Step-By-Step: Watch and Paint Along from Start to Finish Featuring Top Brands: Turner, GOLDEN, Liquitex, Da Vinci Panels and More Mixed Media works are fun and freeing to create – you can use most any supplies together, provided you know what works with what or how it…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 08/02/2019

How-To Lessons: Basic Airbrush Skills & How it can be integrated into your artwork

Jerry’s LIVE Episode #81: How-To Lessons: Basic Airbrush Skills with Bryan Pope The mystery surrounding the medium of airbrushing and how it can be integrated into your artwork– both as a time saver and as an additional tool in your artistic arsenal- is enough to throw some artists off from ever giving it a try……

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 31/10/2018

Create Art Journal Mixed Media Pages Easily in 15 Steps

Learn Step By Step how to create an art journal pages in mixed media easily in 15 Steps with Professional mixed media artist, Pam Carriker. She takes you through this tutorial with images and instructions for all 15 steps plus a video at the end of the tutorial   STEP 1. You can use any…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 01/07/2013

Mixed Media Discoveries in Journal Exploration

Cristina Zinnia Galliher is a mixed media artist living life with a passion for art! Known to her art friends as Zinnia, she teaches others how to create variations of mixed media art for all levels through her online workshops and classes at RosesOnMyTable.com.  Learn more about Zinnia and her work in our featured Artist…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 06/01/2012

Mixed Up Media? by Wilson Bickford

Here are a couple of paintings that I’ve done over the past couple of days. Both utilized some Acrylic underpainting, but are essentially “Oil paintings.” The sunflowers were started yesterday and finished today. I had added Alkyd medium to the Oils to speed the drying, so that it was virtually dry over-night. That made it…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010