In this course you'll be learning three different ways you can create gorgeous little acrylic abstract paintings, on 6x6 inch wooden panels.
These panels can be purchased from your art supply store or you can build them yourself, and I include a video showing you how. Building your own can save you a lot of money if you decide to start painting on panels like these regularly.
Of course you can also use small canvases if you prefer. Either one is fine.
Acrylic Abstract Painting on small supports like these can be a lot of fun, and habit forming. They don't cost very much to make so it's easy to just want to keep creating more and more. You may decide you want to do a series of these Little Treasures in one of the styles you'll learn in the course, or perhaps a different style altogether.
I promise you this... You're Going To Have A Lot of Fun! creating these, and hopefully pick up some helpful tips as well.
The supplies you'll need include;
- Acrylic Paints - I recommend at least red, yellow, blue, white, and black, but any colors you choose are fine
- Little Brushes, Flat & Round - Save some money and get these at your hobby shop or Dollar Store
- Applicator Bottle - available from Beauty Supply Shops
- a palette (I just use an old bowl, and a piece of plastic sheeting)
- Magazine Pages - you'll be doing some collage work in one of the lessons
- any scraping tools you might like; a comb, old credit card, sharpened stick
I listed this as an intermediate course because I think you do need a basic familiarity with acrylic paints and brush control, but these aren't difficult techniques to master, so even if you're a newbie you can probably handle this course.
As always this course comes with;
- Lifetime Access - watch the demos as many times as you like
- Downloadable Videos - save them to your device, so you can watch off-line
- 30 Day Money Back Guarantee - I doubt you'll need this, but it's there if you do
I hope you decide to enroll, and I look forward to seeing the paintings that you create.
Andy Morris a full time abstract painter, living in Dallas, TX.
He was selected in 2011 to participate in the Omni Hotel Art Project here in Dallas, and now 52 of his colorful abstract paintings hang in suites and hallways of the new hotel.
His work can be found in Corporate and Private collections across the USA, and in Canada, and Puerto Rico.
All of his life he has been creating art, and learning and developing new abstract painting techniques. And now he's sharing his expertise with you.