Spray varnishes, fixatives and other art coatings are very easy to apply to your artwork, but before you point and spray, donâ€™t forget to read the directions.Â Fine art spray coatings can vary a great deal in how they are applied because they can vary dramatically in how they are made and what they do.Â …..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 22/06/2010
At least in my dreams they do. Vibrant slashes of brilliant hues dance across the canvas. Big wide paintbrushes dip into soft, buttery mounds of paint on huge pallets and then lift and float to add to the beauty. Sometimes I can actually see the paintings in progress. Other times I only see paintbrushes and…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 14/06/2010
Still life is one of my favorite subject matters. For me, it’s the challenge of capturing the realism of the objects involved. Quite often, I will utilize the Old Masters’ “indirect” approach of laying down a “grisaille” underpainting, then layering glazes and applying final highlights. There’s no question that this is a very effective…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010
love to paint sunsets! I could paint nothing BUT sunsets and never be bored with it. It’s the strong value contrasts of the light and silhouetted darks that really grab me! “FIRE IN THE SKY” is on a 12″ x 16″ panel and was painted wet-in-wet using Jerry’s own SOHO Oils. I like the interplay…..