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Creative Revolution

Author: Flora Bowley
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ISBN: 1631592599
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Painting can be so much more than a mere hobby - it can be a vehicle transforming your mind, body, and spirit! Painting and bravely embracing the challenges of creativity sparks a revolution that involves heart, creativity, courage, and trust! Artistic pursuits such as painting have the power to soothe, heal, and connect a person to their truest self. For author Flora Bowley, making art and expressing herself creatively have always served as potent forms of personal evolution and holistic healing. Creative Revolution is the reader's key to unlocking the door to their own personal journey while making beautiful art. Creative Revolution is the culmination of Flora's life's work as an artist, offering guidance for others to embrace their authentic selves through paint. She has taught more than sixty workshops since she wrote her first book, Brave Intuitive Painting, and has witnessed miraculous things when people engage with the intuitive painting process. Creative Revolution is the next best thing to taking a course from Flora. Many readers and students can't help but exclaim, "This was about so much more than painting!" After reading Creative Revolution, readers will have a deeper connection to their intuition, increased confidence to make bolder choices, freedom to let go and explore various options, an understanding that everything is transformable, the trust that it will all work out in the end, and a renewed sense that creating can be fun and playful. All of this powerful transformation begins with paint. Flora has been writing and reflecting on these transformational aspects of the creative process for years. Creative Revolution is an insightful and practical guide for realizing the transformational power of fully embracing your creativity.

Acrylic Painting With Passion

Author: Tesia Blackburn
Publisher: North Light Books
ISBN: 9781440328664
Size: 29.71 MB
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Introduces exercises and techniques that make the painting process more enjoyable and also offers advice on finding manageable chunks of time to paint.

Abstract Painting

Author: Vicky Perry
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ISBN: 9780823095421
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A comprehensive recipe guide to preparing, testing and adjusting clays and glazes to eliminate toxic compounds. An impressive array of roughly 1,200 formulas presented in an easy-to-follow format.

Acrylic Color Explorations

Author: Chris Cozen
Publisher: North Light Books
ISBN: 9781440340772
Size: 80.52 MB
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Acrylic Color Explorations will have you seeing the world around you in a new way as color theory becomes engaging, easy-to-understand and fun. Not only will you achieve a basic understanding of color and pigments, but author Chris Cozen will also guide you through a personal exploration of color in 30 exercises using acrylic paint.

Abstract And Colour Techniques In Painting

Author: Claire Harrigan
Publisher: B T Batsford Limited
ISBN: 9781849940740
Size: 12.38 MB
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In this inspirational workbook, award-winning mixed-media artist Claire Harrigan helps painters master nonrepresentational artwork through the use of color. Fantastically illustrated throughout and featuring sound technical advice, it covers every aspect of abstract painting, from concepts and influences to approaching subjects, basic design, and surface textures. Step-by-step analyses of Harrigan's own work demonstrate the importance of color contrast, harmony, and impact in a range of mixed media, and finished paintings and step-by-step projects provide guidance.

The New Acrylics

Author: Rheni Tauchid
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
ISBN: 160774922X
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The acrylics of today have grown into the most adaptable art material of the modern age. Focusing on a popular art medium that has been around for over 50 years, The New Acrylics illustrates how artists can create lush textures, color, and luster with the modern acrylics readily available in any art supply store. These are nontoxic, environmentally sound, and exist in the most dazzling array of chemical formats—from the most fluid to the highly viscous. Not only do artists paint with acrylics these days, they can create rich metallic effects, or even 3-dimensional sculptures. Traditional technique based books on acrylics cover traditional methods of painting. However, The New Acrylics is geared toward more nonconventional ways in which to manipulate modern-day acrylics, and demonstrates new applications such as glazing, textured effects, soft sculpture effects, or staining, thus reinventing the old way of handling acrylics, and revealing a fabulous new artistic medium. The underlying theme of this dazzling and sophisticated book is to encourage artists to interpret and handle acrylic paints in a vibrant, fresh, and above all, individualistic style.

Abstracts

Author: Rolina van Vliet
Publisher: Search PressLtd
ISBN: 9781844487158
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Offers fifty abstract exercises for painters to build their expressive repertoires, including conceptual compositions and emblematic interpretations of real objects.

Abstract Nature

Author: Waltraud Nawratil
Publisher: Search Press(UK)
ISBN: 9781782212386
Size: 56.77 MB
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Waltraud Nawratil teaches you how to express the natural world with creativity. Using a range of mediums such as acrylics, watercolour and mixed media--including elements from nature such as sand, bark and leaves--the reader learns to convey the natural world in a new and vivid light. Featuring a stunning range of Waltraud's own abstract art covering all four seasons.

Art From Intuition

Author: Dean Nimmer
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
ISBN: 0307829375
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Practical self-help for artists who want to free their creativity. Art from Intuition offers artists everywhere a unique system for freeing their own creative intuition, the sixth sense that directs an artist’s drive and work. By letting go of the self-criticism, doubt, and insecurity that discourage artmaking, artists will be able to soar to new heights of creativity. More than 60 practical exercises take the reader from the most basic intuitive art to more sophisticated techniques. Each exercise, supported by step-by-step instructions, is accessible to artists at every level, and the exercises can be done in any order. After each chapter, readers are encouraged to follow up by evaluating their drawings or paintings to see how they reflect their own personal goals. Works of art by students and contemporary artists exemplify how exciting and how productive a freer, more intuitive approach to making art can be. From the Trade Paperback edition.