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A great palette for acrylic painting: The butcher tray

Originally posted on BUSY BRUSH CAFE:
by Robert Conway After years of fumbling around and using anything lying around as a palette for my acrylic paintings (including albums, CDs and ripped up pieces of cardboard) a friend of mine suggested to me…

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Rollin’ Into The Sunset

As you will know by now, Thursday night is Rachel’s art class night. Last week I painted a seascape with just rollers and a palate knife – no brushes. I loved the technique so tonight I had another go painting … Continue reading

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Keep On Rollin’!

I had fun tonight at Rachel’s art class! But I was not playing! I was investigating: I was experimenting: I was developing new techniques: but I was not playing! Rachel has been covering mixed techniques recently – watercolour washes with … Continue reading

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