Glazing in Oils & Acrylics with Chris Witkowski, January 12

Glazing in Oils & Acrylics with Chris Witkowski, January 12



This class offers a great way to start the new year by presenting a technique that will help you salvage those paintings you’ve given up on. You know....those poor lonely ones turned to the wall, stacked in a corner. The paintings you think you ruined. Maybe they’ll never be a masterpiece, but they can provide a perfect excuse to practice the technique of glazing. Adding a judicious glaze of color can enliven a dull area, develop the range of values and just possibly give that painting a spot on your wall! It makes sense that transparent colors would be for glazing and we will be discussing the difference between opaque and transparent pigments to help clarify that. So bring a few of those “dud” paintings along with your painting kit and supplies and let’s see if we can’t resuscitate a few. Painters in acrylic need to bring some glazing medium. Painters in oils: many paint companies offer their own brand of glazing mediums. Bring them along if you have them, but linseed oil or the oil of your choice (walnut, poppy, safflower, etc.) are just fine.


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