This workshop was a great success, everyone had a go at using varied mediums to create their works of art. It was a busy, productive workshop. We picked up ideas from each other, there was a lot of wandering around to see what different materials were being used.
Here are some paintings with details of materials used.
Susan’s sheep (still to be finished) was created by applying wool with pva glue to mount board. The whole board was covered with gesso applied roughly. It had to dry overnight before painting with watercolour.
The next two paintings by Cynthia are a mix of watercolour, acrylic, Inktense pencils and newspaper.
Doreen’s dog is made with acrylic, Inktense pencils and graphite pencil
Tracy’s beach painting is made with acrylic paint, newspaper, sand and shells (from her recent holiday) and foil.
Andrea’s mountains were made from acrylic paint, charcoal, crackle paste, watercolour, ink and pencil.
Patrick’s Nebula is made from Artisan oil paints, gesso with ground rice, inktense pencils, pencils and blending fluid.
Ann L’s window with acrylic ink, waterspray and salt.
Linda’s Swans used watercolour, acrylic paint, pen, moulding paste and gold leaf.
Margaret’s Roofs were painted from textured gel, ink and watercolour.
Juliet’s silver birches created with wax, pen and watercolour.
Here are more paintings from our artists