Learn how to paint one of my favorite styles, the Stained Glass Method. Called that because many people have suggested these paintings remind them of stained glass panels.
The Stained Glass Method is a fun and easy way to learn and practice several techniques, that will come in handy on all of your other paintings too.
You'll be painting loosely during the first few steps, and then tightening things up a bit for the final details. Learning how to vary these 2 opposing styles; loose and tight, at will and to the exact degree that you want, is a very valuable skill to possess You'll also be practicing and developing your skills with transparent washes juxtaposed against opaque shapes.
The finished compositions are gestural and expressive, and quite popular among collectors.
I think you'll find these demonstrations fun and informative, and I do hope you decide to join us. As always if you have any questions, I'm here to help 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.