New Year New Art
This new year, offer yourself a fresh creative start and get motivated in 2016 by setting yourself some exciting challenges for the coming months. Why not invigorate your art practice by taking on some new techniques and trying those materials you’ve always wanted to have a go with? What better way to brighten up the winter months than a new project to focus on? Not only do you get the skills gained by coming to grips with new techniques and materials, but also acquire valuable insight into your main practice. For instance, working quickly with transparent washes in watercolour is a great technique that can be transferred to glazing in oils.
Read on to learn more about three creative resolutions to help kickstart the year and join us in committing to the theme #NewYearNewArt in 2016.
1. Try Painting En Plein Air
For the artist, nothing compares to painting en
Also suitable for painting outside are acrylic colours, as they are fast drying so there will be no problems transporting wet paintings. The Galeria Acrylic Colour Large Art Box contains everything the artist needs to develop work from initial sketch to finished painting.
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2. Explore New Forms
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