Theme: Peter Ompir, American Folk Art
Articles include: Preparation of Metallic Surfaces, Folk Art of Peter Ompir, Erasing the Lines - Form.
Artists include: Carolyn Phillips, Mary Jane Todd CDA, Jo Sonja Jansen MDA, Helen Jeglic MDA, Sharon Buonoato CDA, Karl Heinz Meschbach, Vicki Rhodes CDA, Jurene While, La Rae Anderson.
Grape Pitcher By Helen Jeglic MDA
Autumn, a time of brilliant color and bountiful harvests. Painting grapes in Helen's blended method may seem a bit involved at first, but they are really not difficult and a lot of fun to do. These grapes are painted on a tin pitcher but they would also look great on a plate.
Primitive Fruit Tray By Mary Jane Todd CDA
Early American inspired fruit composition on a metal tray. Stroke fruits and leaves are featured in the charming checked bowl.
Catskill Autumn By Sharon Buononato CDA
The blazing colors of autumn are used as the backdrop for this elegant piece by Sharon Buononato. This is the first of a two part series for this project which includes instruction in acrylic and oil over glazes.
Glazing With Acrylics By Jo Sonja Jansen MDA, VGM
Controllable, fast, easy application, odorless, soap and water cleanup, environmentally kind and user friendly. Glazine or antiquing with acrylics is great! Forget all the negatives you've heard and read on.
Gooseberry Farm By Carolyn L. Phillips
The warm, sunny tones of the gooseberries and leaves are perfectly suited to this beautiful punched brass piece. You will enjoy painting this misty little farm, on a white pickled background, nestled in the midst of a gooseberry patch.