A B C of Acrylic Painting “Sunflowers” [NOOK Book]


Painting Sunflowers for beginners learn from two artists how to paint sunflowers with videos for each lesson. Painting a sunflower gives you the opportunity to use ...
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A B C of Acrylic Painting “Sunflowers”

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Painting Sunflowers for beginners learn from two artists how to paint sunflowers with videos for each lesson. Painting a sunflower gives you the opportunity to use bright, fun colors.
Any project becomes easier when you divide it into steps and approach it systematically.
Easy to follow and fun and exciting lessons.
Lesson 1
Painting a Simple Sunflower
Lesson 2
Painting Sunflowers with Leaves
Lesson 3
Painting a Sunflower with Mixed Media

Acrylics are an exciting medium for painting sunflowers. They are also ideal for learning. In this book are three lessons beginning with the simplest sunflower and moving to a more advanced sunflower.

You will learn from two different artists with two different styles.

All three lessons have been made into videos so you can follow along with each lesson in this book and more closely see how each artist paints a sunflower.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016573212
  • Publisher: Wann Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/2/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

Guy Wann published his first work in 2011; “How to Build Large Canvases for a Tiny Fraction of the Cost” and in 2012 “A Beginners Guide, Getting Your Painting into Art Shows” and A B C of Acrylic Painting “Sunsets”

An artist at heart, Mr. Wann has pursued art in a variety of mediums. Raised in Ojai California he was never at loss to find outlets for his talents. Coming from a long line of extremely talented artists; from his Great Grandmother who painted china, his Grandmother who worked with oils and his mother; Anita Wann who is renowned for her watercolors, Mr. Wann began showing his artistic skills at an early age.
In his high school and college years he worked with ceramics and started to display his works in shows. It was in 2008 that all things clicked during a visit with his mother while she was painting in a demonstrative art show. He decided to try his hand at painting, creating his own unique style. Within six months his art was accepted into juried art shows, and his successes have continued, his work has now been displayed in shows from New York to California. His exceptional paintings have been sold to collections all over the country. Mr. Wann has turned his artistic eye on writing is a value to all artists; novice to professionals will benefit from his wide range of knowledge.
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