By Jamie Markle
"Acrylics enable me to be fearless." —Rhonda Franks, p88
A exhibit of the flexibility of the medium and what is being performed with it this day, AcrylicWorks 2 beneficial properties beautiful work from a hundred+ of present day most sensible artists. packed with radical suggestions, satisfied injuries and never-ending chances, this 2d quantity of the easiest of Acrylic portray makes a speciality of how artists associate with acrylics for step forward discoveries and breakout effects.
Acrylic paint permits the artist to play with textures, splashes, drippings, a variety of instruments and brushes...all the whereas unhindered via drying time. It bargains the power to paintings a portray rainy or...
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Jamie Markle Joe Jamie Markle Acrylic and mixed media on wood panel 10" × 10" (25cm × 25cm) 1 LANDSCAPES Salute to Salt Creek Nancy Yaki Acrylic on canvas 30" × 48" (76cm × 122cm) Location and perspective play heavily in my compositions. I enjoy using the realism of depth to draw a viewer into experiencing the space and environment and consequently the feeling that they evoke. Once the composition is established, I look for those representational details that can be simplified or even omitted to focus the experience even further, while color is the binding element that unifies the emotional resonance.
In letting go I’ve developed a signature style that puts a piece of my soul into every face, every painting. The lesson: Turn off the brain and get out of your own way! It’s All About the Surf Jo-Ann Hunt Acrylic on canvas 47" × 35" (119cm × 89cm) Children are real, they are made of flesh and blood, but I’m more interested in capturing their inherent spirit, their inner self, their essence. Mine are interpretive portrayals of children, not portraits, based on capturing the look of a family snapshot, a moment in time.
In this particular painting, differentiating the bright lights from the brilliant tones of structures and vehicles was a major challenge and a breakthrough experience for me. Every painting is an experiment. For me, major breakthroughs come from mastering the mundane while striving for the novel. ” —SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS, RA Forest Floor Maddy Sherman Acrylic on canvas 14" × 18" (36cm × 46cm) I painted this scene from a spring reference photo that I adapted with additional color to reflect seasonal fall scenery.