…those delicious “Golden” pears.

Students from the Mixed Media Painting class, currently being held at the San Diego Art Department, were introduced to High Flow Acrylic paints and Fluid Acrylic paints made by Golden Artist Colors. The students also worked on various grounds made by Golden Artist Colors and created some beautiful experiments using both the Fluid paints and High Flow paints.

Below are some examples of the “Golden” Pears created with both the High Flows and the Fluids on various grounds.

Pear painted on Crackle Paste.

Pear painted on Crackle Paste.

Pear painted on Glass Bead Gel.

Pear painted on Glass Bead Gel.

Pear painted on Absorbent Gound, aka "Liiquid Watercolor Paper" and in this case tinted with fluid Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold.

Pear painted on Absorbent Ground, aka “Liquid Watercolor Paper” and in this case tinted with fluid Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold.

Pear painted on Coarse Molding Paste.

Pear painted on Coarse Molding Paste.

Pear painted on Acrylic Ground for Pastels. This was also tined with one of my favorite colors Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold.

Pear painted on Acrylic Ground for Pastels. This was also tinted with one of my favorite colors Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold.

Pear painted on Fiber paste.

Pear painted on Fiber paste.

…and a two more examples of  students painting something other than pears on their Crackle Paste boards and Fiber Paste boards.

Alligators on Cracle Paste seems a natural fit and an abstract on Fiber Paste.

Alligators on Crackle Paste seems a natural fit and an abstract on Fiber Paste.

...because we love Crackle Paste.

…because we love Golden’s Crackle Paste.

If you would like to learn more about these products or take a class please visit the following links:

Golden Artists Colors, Inc., visit: http://www.goldenpaints.com

Kevin Greeland’s teaching schedule, visit https://arthausblog.com/classes-and-workshops/

San Diego Art Department, visit http://sandiegoartdepartment.com/class_schedule.htm

 

 

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