11" x 14" Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas
Still Waters was one of my entries accepted in the Park Cities Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, juried art exhibition held in May, 2007. The entries were all based on the 23rd Psalm and explored the visual and spiritual richness of this ancient text. The collaborative painting group I belong to, Canvas by Canvas, won one of the 4 best in theme $1000 awards for A Table Before Me.
This morning's email brought a message from The Artist's Magazine.
and inviting me to view a video from some old friends at Chromaonline.com, Jennifer VonStein and Debra McDonald. If you'd like to see Jennifer demonstrate painting techniques with their Atelier paints click HERE .
The Artist's Magazine's statement if you'd like to receive updates about their e-newsletter:
Two of our paintings, Queensland Gold and Put Another Nickel In, are on Chromaonline.com.
As part of The Artist's Magazine's commitment to bring our e-newsletter subscribers useful information on new products, techniques, and educational programs, we're delighted to share the following message from one of our marketing partners with you.
Here is a good discussion about acrylic paints and techniques from the company owner.
Paint Talk is an attempt to allow a lively and informative discussion on paint. This is especially necessary when new paints and techniques are being explored.
In what follows therefore, I am not seeking to ‘blog you into submission’, but rather to set out some personal views, discoveries and reactions from selected artists and myself, and seek your opinion and feedback. No one person can explore all the possibilities a new paint presents.
Jim Cobb, Owner and Paint maker, Chroma.
Jennifer has an On the Road report where I have posted comments.
If you are interested in acrylic paint technique, check out some of these links and if you're an artist, PCPC is planning another juried show in 2008 based on Genesis.
Other blogs where I post:
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