Professional Artist Andy Russell shares his techniques and process on how he captures and creates vibrant, colorful & amazingly detailed artwork When I do layering I use either a glazing wash of watered down color or a scumbling technique of rubbing one color over another. Sometimes to get a smooth transition of say, dark green to…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 17/08/2018
Creative Adventures is a video series for aspiring artists, freelance artists who are looking to further develop their skills, and for those that love travel and adventure. Welcome to Creative Adventures with Made by Lisa Marie! This year, Jerry’s Artarama is launching a new special video collaboration with Lisa Kowieski (of Made by Lisa Marie) a nature based artist, designer and…..
Lisa Kowieski -- 03/01/2018
Cheryl Whitestone Possibility II 5″x7″ Oil on Panel On Exhibit and for sale at The Georgia State Botanical Gardens, Athens, GA Reception January 16th – show runs through February 27th. Everyday Magic~ Nature makes me happy and soothes me. I had wanted to do a painting of blue eggs, but did not have any visual…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 14/01/2011
Is art fun? Today I was asked this question at my job during a meeting for a new fledgling project. A question that I would think would have a definite YES – seemed much more difficult to answer. I spend hours and hours each week in front of my easel, at my day job I…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 06/10/2010
The streets are talking, and a NOBODY like meÂ is not only listening but is adding to the conversation with a unique and compelling style of art I call “URBAN DERIVATIVES.” Not content with simply “getting up” on walls and having my work seen and appreciated by the masses. And, while many find inspiration from…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 26/08/2010
At least in my dreams they do. Vibrant slashes of brilliant hues dance across the stretched 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…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 14/06/2010
A series of paintings is a really good way of organizing your mind and your art. It gives you a plan, it gives you a chance to explore the subject past just one painting. It gives you a good excuse to stop a painting at a reasonable place. Many times, Iâ€™m having so much…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 01/06/2010
Whenever someone finds out that you’re an “artist,” the first assumption is that you were “born with talent” and “came by it naturally.” (and a hundred other comments which allude to the same idea). When it came to painting, I can assure you that I had no “gift” bestowed upon me. Shown here is…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010
I recently conducted an oil painting class which focused on a night-time seascape theme. Rendering night scenes is always challenging, as colors diminish and things take on a more monochromatic feel. The issue is to get the scene dark enough to convey that particular time of the day, but not so dark that it…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010
I’ve had an epiphany sometime over the last few months. Slow down and do better paintings. I thought you might like to see how I corrected a dangerous course of action so you’ll have something to think about before you go down the same road or have to correct course like me. Here’s the skinny……