Single Rose in Glass Bottle – An ONLINE Acrylic Still Life Painting Lesson
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This is a great starting lesson for acrylic still life painting. We will cover painting glass, and a single rose. Keeping the painting loose is key as we channel our inner Manet. Allowing brush strokes to do the heavy lifting, and not worrying about detailing with a tiny liner brush. Sometimes less is more, and if you are just starting out with still life painting then this is a perfect place to start. A drawing lesson is also included with this online painting lesson.
Colors used: Payne’s Gray, Burnt Sienna, Titanium White (fluid or heavy body), Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Red Medium, Cadmium Yellow Medium, Ultramarine Blue
Canvas Size: 11 X 14
Lesson Length: around 90 minutes
Reference Photo included (online)
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With every Tim Gagnon Studio online lesson purchase, you receive:
- Immediate access – just purchase and begin painting
- Start to finish instruction – no cutouts – you’ll see every brushstroke of every painting
- Easy-to-learn techniques – develop skills to promote consistency in your style for a more professional look
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Tim Gagnon is the creator of online and DVD-based instructional art lessons for over 17,500 students in over 30 countries. In 2012, he was voted as one of the Top 50 Emerging Artists by Art Business News. His easy-to-learn instruction and unique, modern style has propelled him to one of the most followed artists in the United States.