Miniature Landscape Painting with Lydia Morrison – 8/10
Saturday, August 10, 2019 - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDT$170 – $200
Create a small 1.5 inch landscape painting using several different painting enamels. Techniques demonstrating brush, and knife style painting will be taught. You will leave with a finished piece enclosed in a sterling silver pinch bail.
- Discussion on the different forms of painting enamel and holding agents
- How to work with different painting mediums and firing procedures to complete a finished piece.
- How to properly mix powdered painting enamel (900 series overglaze paints), ceramic pigments, and watercolor paints
- Discussion of what painting flux is and how and why you use it
- How to prepare watercolor paint to use in Crow Quill pen
- How to properly fire your pieces so you won’t lose color
- Technique demonstrating how to use brushes, credit card, razor blade and toilet paper as painting implements
- How to create depth in your finished painting as an optional finish No painting experience required.
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