Textured Acrylics

Acrylic paint is a fairly young medium among art materials and has gained great popularity due to its unique qualities. Acrylics can be painted using several techniques you would use with oil, such as impasto, but it dries much faster. With acrylics, you can also paint translucent glazes as you can do with watercolor paint. Besides paint, there is a large selection of acrylic texture pastes that can be used to create high-volume textured paintings.

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“Ask Angels about Paradise”

The contemporary art, EARTH collection is inspired by the subtle neutrals and the magic textures surrounding us in nature and architecture. It is the time when you find yourself looking around dreaming you could just hold on to the moment – no other worries of the future plans, holding on to every little detail of texture and push of wind to transport you to freshness and newness of being in this calm place.

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Citylandscaping in Oil

If you’ve never learned how to play music, sitting with a group of musicians using technical terms to describe their work can be a whirlwind of confusing, beautiful language. A similar situation can occur when speaking with artists who paint with oils: suddenly you’re in a conversation where they’re debating the finer points of pigments, discussing the benefits of canvas versus linen, brush recommendations, and a technique called “wet-on-wet.”

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