It’s social painting, light painting, fun painting. And such a non-intimidating way to begin.
Which is important, because I think the hardest part of painting is beginning. And especially if you don’t paint a lot, and could be discouraging if your painting isn’t a masterpiece right off.
It was so pretty I was not sure what to do with this canvas, (another problem that stops painters – being afraid to ruin the painting) … The next day I walked into my studio and could see what I wanted to do: I used an eyedropper to draw thick, child-like, black lines around the prettiest parts of the patterns, creating tea cups. (The colors were so glorious!)
I mixed up a similar antique pink and a buttery white, and got lost in the lusciousness of these creamy, heavy body paints. I mixed them with a Golden Matte Medium, which made them even more spreadable.
I call this “window painting”, when you paint around an object, thus creating a “window” to look into, of what was originally on the canvas.
In the end, I put a gloss coating on the China, and a matte coating on the background, so the effect is really marvelous in person. Wish you could see it up close!
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