Both pan watercolors and those in tubes can be thinned with water for airbrushing. When using pan watercolors you can lather the paint with a paint brush and then transfer it via the brush to the airbrush color cup (or reservoir) for spraying. Tube watercolor, the type most commonly used, can be thinned with water in a cup or jar and then poured into the color cup.
Photo by @amandaromayne via Instagram. We’re taking a little trip to the beautiful Hudson Valley with Brooklyn Brewery for The Total Beacon Immersion, Saturday, July 22. Join us for an excellent day of exploring one of the most picturesque Main Streets in America. (Seriously, it just made the top 5 list in Architectural Digest!) When you check-in you’ll get a […]
Hello Art Lover, Artists’ Collective of Hyde Park and Hyde Park Free Library are proud to present the Hudson Valley Then and Now Festival, their collaborative series of events celebrating the unique history and lifestyle of our beloved valley. The Hudson Valley Then and Now Festival will take place from July 13-16, 2017 and features […]
Each month on ARTtalk.com you’ll find informative information that deals with a variety of subjects such as artist/art history, current events and art world news, competitions and opportunities, and museum/gallery exhibitions.
June 30: Pre-registration Deadline
July 8: Proposal Deadline
July 11: Artist-Business pairings announced
August 1: Partnership Agreement Deadline
August 15: Catalog Deadline – sponsorship
August 23: Catalog artwork deadline
September 19-22: Installation
September 22: Opening Night
November 12: Uninstall
Each month on ARTtalk.com you’ll find informative information that deals with a variety of subjects such as artist/art history, current events and art world news, competitions, and museum/gallery exhibitions.
The cards from overseas were hung on a world map and the rest of the cards were hung around the classroom. Children from grades 5-8 had the chance to look at the cards both front and back, ask questions and brain storm ideas of their own