Painting Flowers: Floral Art

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Pastel Flowers Go Wild | Jen Evenhus Gallery

Although Jen Evenhus paints a variety of subjects, it’s her bold pastel flowers through which her artistic strengths are clear. Bright color is delivered with direct, decisive handling. Her flowers exploit the saturated hues of blooms, amplifying them to achieve color-drenched images. Evenhus responds to shape and form with dynamic mark-making and lively drawing. The resulting paintings pack an unforgettable punch...

Step 11 for Glazing in Oils

Glazing in Oils: A Flower Demo

Growing & Pruning & Glazing Garden of Joy: Eleven Steps and Several Diversions Jane Jones writes out a step-by-step demonstration of how to paint her stunning, large-scale work, Garden of Joy (scroll to the bottom to see the completed piece.) In these 11 steps, she demonstrates glazing in oils, using Photoshop, editing composition and much...

Learn to Paint Flowers

Learn to Paint Flowers in Pastel

The Power of Pastels There’s no beating the versatility of pastels for blending the best of the drawing and painting worlds. With the ability of working both wet and dry, and their ease of portability, the effects you can create are as varied as the artists wielding them. And when it comes to subject...

Acrylic painting demonstration by Angus Wilson at artistsnetwork.com

Acrylic Painting Demonstration by Angus Wilson

Acrylic artist Angus Wilson shares a step-by-step for Acrylic Artist and artistsnetwork.com readers. Wilson’s fragmented and vibrantly colored acrylic work has an impromptu air that belies a deliberate approach. Follow along, step-by-step, as he creates Fruits and Peruvian Lilies on Blue. The fall 2015 issue of Acrylic Artist features 11 additional paintings by Wilson....

Watercolor Painting Techniques: How to Paint Flowers

Watercolor Painting: Within the Flower

“Nobody sees a flower, really; it is so small. We haven’t time — and to see takes time like to have a friend takes time. If I could paint the flower exactly as I see it, no one would see what I see because I would paint it small, like the flower is small. So...