What it takes to make a painting

September 07, 2017 5 Comments

What it takes to make a painting

Sanding, gessoing, mixing paint and a whole LOT of patience goes into the prep work for one piece of fluid acrylic art. And then there's all the planning...ideas churning in my head for days and night at end. What you see in less than 30 seconds usually has a much longer back story to it :)





5 Responses

Teresa
Teresa

September 11, 2017

So true!

Sandra Stevens
Sandra Stevens

September 10, 2017

Thanks for sharing your experience. I think we’re following on Instagram too.

Lisa Harms
Lisa Harms

September 07, 2017

Awesome video no one really understand what an artist goes thru !!!! Thank you sooooo much for this video!!!!?❤❤❤❤❤❤???

Connie
Connie

September 07, 2017

Correction…..So very True!

Connie
Connie

September 07, 2017

So very true!?

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