Thursday, April 2, 2015

226: Thick acrylics on Concert Window

Dream of Light, 44" x 44", work in progress
I'm excited to share some new ideas about painting with thick acrylics on a highly absorbent ground. The new technique is a fusion of all my experimentation of the last fifteen years. I use techniques from woodcut, encaustic, as well as the methods I used in oil painting. And, of course, I add lots of chalk to my paint.

The Concert Window event will be on Tuesday, April 7 at 9:00 EDT (8 Central, 7 Mountain, and 6 Pacific time). The video below will give you an idea of the direction I will be heading during the broadcast.  You can get ready by going to Concert Window and typing my name in the search box or click here.

I will be taking questions live and the session will be an hour and a half. I wanted to make it free but due to some technical difficulties it will be $1. I trust that won't be a problem for most viewers. I plan to do a Gbox offering which will be edited with additional material for $5 so this will be a good opportunity to see the session first hand (and ask questions).

In the video below I forgot to set my white point. I had some problems with white point in previous Concert Window sessions and I will be sure to lock it before Tuesday's broadcast.

Hope to chat with you then!    

Brad Teare–April 2015




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