Today I used minimal colors and alot of mixing. It’s a great way to experiment when you limit your color palette.
It’s also a good way to get lost in creating and I needed that. This piece is titled “Putting the pieces together”
Because I feel like that’s what I’m doing and probably you too. I needed to create one thing at a time. One color, one shape on piece of paper. Because that’s all I could focus on.
I think we’re all doing that. In different ways. Our focus is different, feeling are present that we’re unfamiliar with. And sometimes we just need to do the next right thing. One thing at a time. Then we can put things back together, slowly.
That’s what this creative time was all about and I share all about it in the video.
So get your favorite few colors, some gesso, and crackle paint and lets take one step at a time to put the pieces together.
This original is available HERE
Supplies used: 11×14 mdf board, gesso, super heavy gesso, Lukas acrylic paint (teal, raw umber, light gray, Carmel) Liquitex basic gray, Golden high flow acrylic (turquoise, sepia), Decoart media crackle paint, Decoart glazing medium, charcoal pencil, black soft pastel, Liquitex matte gel
This week we continued our coloring pages series.
Coloring page – 5-1-20 https://youtu.be/SgaLq5-sH4Y
Coloring page – 4-24-20 https://youtu.be/vqruL1pEquY
Be inspired, create and know that you are loved