Have you ever seen huge abstract paintings and just been blown away?
Well that's what this course is all about "Going Big!", painting large Acrylic Abstract Paintings, finding and creating exciting designs that will look great on a larger canvas. You will learn how to build your own stretcher bars in a few different ways, and how to stretch your own canvas and save a lot of money. Then I'll show you my strategies for developing large compositions that are very popular.
The course covers 3 Painting Demos and is about 2 hours long, but it is recommended you revisit the video lectures over an extended period to really let the lessons sink in. With unlimited lifetime access you can come back anytime for a refresher and who knows I may have added more demos by then.
If you have ever gotten excited by the idea of painting Big Acrylic Abstract Paintings then this is the course for you! First I'll show you how I save a lot of money stretching my own canvas, then on to the painting demos, where you will learn some great ways to get started and of course complete your large acrylic abstract paintings.
So if you are ready for some Big Fun painting really Large Abstract Art, then Enroll Today and let's get started!
You will learn how I save the most money using the strategies in this lecture
In the next few lectures I'll go over the additional supplies you'll need and then each step in the process of this easy alternative method.
In this short Video Tutorial you'll learn an easy way I've found to get beveled edges on the Stretcher Bars.
You'll learn the proper way to cut your bars and get everything put together.
Test your knowledge about how to build your own canvas.
In this video lecture I'll introduce you to one of many strategies for creating a large abstract painting. You'll learn about Cruciform Design and how to paint on Unstretched Canvas.
Then review Lecture 5 where I show you How To put it on Stretcher Bars.
*Note; The Completed Painting cost a Total of Only $42 USD so you can see how much money you can save when you use these techniques.
First steps for the poured painting.
2nd step for poured painting.
Finishing the poured painting.
Create your stretcher bars whichever way you prefer keeping in mind you'll need more braces for this larger canvas. One brace for every 2 feet is the rule. It will also cost a bit more for the materials to assemble and paint this larger piece, maybe twice as much, but you'll also end up with a much more valuable painting when you're through.
Thank you for being my Student, it is my pleasure to assist you on your journey. Here are some additional resources and Special Offers to help you further. If you have any questions or comments please use the Discussion Area to contact me. Also please consider leaving a Review if you have enjoyed this course, it is truly appreciated, and if you have any complaints let me know personally, so perhaps I can make improvements. Thank you
Andy Morris a full time abstract painter, living in Dallas, TX.
He was selected in 2011 to participate in the Omni Hotel Art Project here in Dallas, and now 52 of his colorful abstract paintings hang in suites and hallways of the new hotel.
His work can be found in Corporate and Private collections across the USA, and in Canada, and Puerto Rico.
All of his life he has been creating art, and in 2010 he became a full time artist. It's been the most challenging and most rewarding thing that he's ever done. And now he's sharing his years of experience, and all that he's learned about creating popular abstract paintings.