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Learn more about what makes Chuck Black "tick" in this candid interview about painting, passions and perserverance.
I am truly a novice, but have been having fun for a couple years with a group of friends who get together about once a week to paint. We paint rocks,
It's a short story really, my Husband thought, about 3 years ago, that when I retire boredom would kill me, and he was right. So 3 years ago he asked me
I'm constantly fascinated by marine life and coral reefs. I love snorkelling and find such an array of inspiration from the world that resides under the
Explore the essence of surrealism art, and three tips to get you thinking about how you can create your own.
Find out more about prominent Youtuber John Magne Lisondra in our exclusive interview.
Investigate three simple techniques for easily creating mood and drama in your landscape paintings.
Learn how to paint an aerial landscape and gain a new perspective on life.
Acrylic painting tips to help you avoid some traps. Start to understand the personality behind acrylic paints.
Have you always wanted to explore your potential for acrylic painting? New to the medium? Join us for an in depth analysis of acrylic painting basics.
Discover how acrylic glazing techniques can make your paintings glow with light and life.
Problems in the playground? Acrylic and oil painting can play together without supervision. Find out how.
It started with a slightly damaged canvas that a friend had given me. My thought was to try something I wouldn't ordinarily try as this would not become