Controlling the direction of the lines in your painting is a great way to create a focal point. Edvard Munch uses curvy and straight lines, but all of them either frame or move toward the figure in his famous work "The Scream."
Come create your own Spooky Scream Painting at our next Percolator Paint Night, Saturday, 10/14/2017, at 7:00 pm.
Buy tickets here.
Intimidated by trying to paint a master work? Don't be! Van Gogh himself may have been colorblind. Click here for the fascinating article by vision specialist Kazunori Asada.
Come paint your own Starry Night this Sat., 9/2 at The Percolator, Orlando. You can get tickets here.
Want to support a budding artist? Cheap Joe's Art Supplies' nonprofit Brushes for Vincent provides free art supplies to children's art education programs.
NASA Goddard Space Flight. CC Attribution 2.0 Generic
Welcome to my very first Tips, Tricks, & Fun Facts post! Normally I'll be using this space for artistic "quickies." You can think of it as the instant coffee page - just add paint! However, today, in honor of the Great North American Eclipse, I'm using this space to post a link to an awesome article by Jason Farago of the New York Times called "How Do You Paint an Eclipse? Work Fast in the Dark." Enjoy!