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Artist Blog




Mono Printing with Lynn Norris

When one thinks of printing we usually think of etchings, aquatints or lithographs that require specialized equipment, hazardous chemicals and most importantly a press. However there are many techniques that can be done simply, quickly and are great fun. Artist Lynn Norris from the U.K shows how you can take the mystery out of printing […]

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Caribbean adventure with British artist – Marylin Allis

Join PA Marilyn Allis as she uses Interactive Acrylics to interpret a wet day in a Dominican market The Caribbean Island of Dominica was full of colour, even in the warm rain that poured down on us for half an hour. This market scene was so appealing to paint; I loved the colours and the […]

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New Atelier Mediums – Electric Sheep

For a long time, I have painted sheep and other farm animals. I don’t know why, but I find them very haunting – I think it’s something about their eyes and their presence. Recently I was asked to paint a portrait of a sheep, so I decided to use some of the new traditional Atelier […]

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Basics of Interactive

Watch how you can use traditional acrylic techniques like overpainting and with just a push of your finger rewet Interactive to blend, feather and soften edges. One acrylic paint does it all – Interactive! […]

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