Radiant Oils: Glazing Techniques for Paintings that Glow

Radiant Oils: Glazing Techniques for Paintings that Glow

by Arleta Pech
     
 

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Glazing Techniques for Paintings that Glow

Bring new life to your paintings using transparent glazing. Step by step and layer by layer, this book will show you how to use this classic approach to infuse your work with radiant color, exquisite texture and a breathtaking sense of light.

  • 5 simple studies focus on using glazes to evoke a wide variety of

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Glazing Techniques for Paintings that Glow

Bring new life to your paintings using transparent glazing. Step by step and layer by layer, this book will show you how to use this classic approach to infuse your work with radiant color, exquisite texture and a breathtaking sense of light.

  • 5 simple studies focus on using glazes to evoke a wide variety of realistic still life textures—fruits, flowers, silver, glass and more
  • 5 full-length demonstrations show the creation of stunning still-life paintings from start to finish
  • Features expert instruction on everything from prepping painting surfaces and selecting colors, to artfully composing light and shadow
  • Plus an entire chapter devoted to painting strong complementary backgrounds for realistic, fluid compositions
Radiant Oils is perfect for oil artists who want to explore the beauty of glazing, watercolor artists who want to try their hand at oils and any painter wishing to achieve stunningly realistic effects using classic, straightforward techniques inspired by the Old Masters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440310041
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
02/25/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
File size:
13 MB
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Meet the Author

Arleta Pech is recognized as a leading painter of still life. After enjoying international renown as a top watercolor artist for over thirty years, Arleta began to paint in oil, using her watercolor background to add a luminosity to her oil paintings that is visible in a darkened room. Arleta began her fine art painting career with a local Colorado organization. She entered the limited edition print market in 1989 and release 40 editions through 2000 with Mill Pond Press. Hadley House now represents her. Arleta was accepted into the Archives in The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. in 2003. She has published articles in Australian Artist Magazine, The Artist Magazine, the American Artists Magazine and International Artist Magazine. Her first North Light Book, Painting Fresh Florals in Watercolor, was published in hardcover in 1998 and released in paperback in 2003. Visit her website at www.arletapech.com

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