Acrylic can mimic oil paint, watercolor, gouache and encaustic; it can be applied in subtle transparent washes, or troweled as a heavy thick impasto; it can be as transparent as glass or as dense and black as tar. Because of its ever-changing state, the author and contributors are covering the most popular techniques for acrylic, making them accessible to the contemporary artist and crafter thorough a variety of mini-demonstrations followed by full demonstrations that show how to transform those techniques into finished paintings.
- Author Patti Brady is the face of the Golden Working Artists Program, a legion of 33 working artists who teach hands-on workshops across the globe
- Takes an in-depth approach to the most popular techniques with 27 mini-demonstrations and 10 full demonstrations
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