Category: Painted Art
With thoughts of doubt of bright and bold colours, I decided to try my hand at an earthy colour palette. Something that could coordinate easily with a living area or lounge setting. As I painted and harboured cloudy thoughts of whether bright and bold colours should stay or go, I still wanted to convince myself that there was hope. I wanted to reassure myself that yep, There Is Always Hope.Read More
If you are drawn to these bright and bold colour combinations of phthalo blue, turquoise and magenta, then check out this recent large square canvas wall art to the Moments by Charlie Online Shop, titled Bright Flow.Read More
Yes, that time has come when I have gone mad and decided to experiment with a soft and muted colour palette. I’ve resisted the temptation to use my favourite colours of phthalo blue, torquoise and magenta, and gone ahead and tried to keep it very soft and blended. There’s no need to worry. I will never give up my bright and bold colours.Read More
This story is about putting in place a handful of strategies to ensure that you paint in a soft colour palette, but forgetting about the power of intuition, creative flow and instinct.. and then painting with your favourite colours anyway. Every piece craves some phthalo blue and torquoise.Read More
When planning stifles your creative flow, especially in painting, then just ditch it. If planning is only stopping you from making progress on the task you want to focus on, then it’s completely missing the point. Maybe you’re just not ready to plan this task yet, maybe planning is just not that logical next step in your progress. Come back to it, if and when, it’s appropriate.Read More
If you’re an artist who suffers from overworking their canvas, then I’d say you have too much to say but not enough space. When you attempt to put all these thoughts onto a single canvas it looks jumbled up, messy and incoherent. Your solution is to work with multiples surfaces at the same time to ensure that you express yourself, as best you can, as an artist.Read More
For a long time now, I have been obsessing over combining different shades of blue, green and pink into a painting. Last weekend I thought I would treat myself to using these colours together again. How can you deny phthalo blue, teal and magenta together on canvas?Read More
The new art series – Blue Noise With A Tint of Hope, is now up on our Abstract Canvas Art page. Currently, there are two pieces in this series, with a few more canvasses lined up already to extend this series.Read More
Flow medium is the most useful acrylic paint medium because it alleviates the most common problems people face when painting with acrylics. Whether you’re a beginner, an experienced acrylic painter, or come from an oil painting background, you’ve come across these problems. Here is a product that will help you navigate past them.Read More
If you feel like painting, then just paint! And paint the way you want to! Embrace the freedom that you have and deserve, and create something that resonates with your soul. Some people call this abstract art. Make your own abstract art.Read More
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