Tuesday, April 28, 2015

A Peak into My Final Art Lesson YELLOW

Hello Friends! 

My YELLOW Art Lesson, the final 4 in my color series with Cloth Paper Scissors, is available here.

Yellow is a tricky color--some people love it and some people hate it. But as far as mixing and blending goes, it's essential to a watercolorists' palette. I share how I use yellow as a supporting actor to create a magical yet subtle underglaze.

Below is a sneak peek at this fun art lesson. It's a downloadable pdf file with a video link for my instructional demo. This series is very affordable as well!

We start with a glowing wash of yellow watercolor and crayon resist.

And then we add bits of origami, patterned paper, and free-motion sewing to add texture.

Voila! A beautiful mixed-media piece that celebrates your pet! :)

Jeannine Stein, Editorial Director at Cloth Paper Scissors, asked 20 questions of everything you wanted to know about your Art Lessons instructor. Enjoy this fun interview!


1 comment:

martinealison said...


Très jolie publication... De très bons conseils.

Gros bisous ♡

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