“The New Blues Exhibition”
Exhibition Begins: Sunday, December 28, 2014
Exhibition Ends: Saturday, January 31, 2015
Suzette Brooks – Glass
Tim Brooks – Photography
Frank Brueske – Photography
Maria Hoch – Ceramic
Rafi Perez – Oil
Plan to attend our next very special Spotlight on Art Show as we feature the works from our newest members who joined the Gallery during 2014.
Come and greet the artists during the Gallery Night celebration on January 16, 2015. It’s all FREE and open to the public!Read more
“Adorn” Jewelers Show
Exhibition Begins: Sunday, February 1st, 2015
Exhibition Ends: Saturday, February 28th, 2015
This popular annual exhibit highlights the talents of our Jewelers as they offer this special event with special pricing just in time for Valentine’s Day. Our Jewelers will be showing off the many one-of-a kind, handmade works for that someone special! Participating Jewelers will be Christine Chandler, Marcia Holland, Jan Kurtz, Meghan McMillan, Joy Oxley, Delia Stone, Holly Vaughn, Mara Viksnins, & Elaine Woodward. So shop early while supplies last.Read more
Music, Art & Cuisine, Downtown Pensacola
The next Gallery Night will be February 19th. Please drop by for a fun evening of entertainment, refreshments and a chance to see our GREAT LOCAL ART. During the February Gallery Night, you’ll be able to meet the artists exhibiting in the Adorn Jewelers Show. Plan on partaking in all of the festivities.Read more
This article will provide you with a general understanding of some of the more basic watercolor painting techniques.
Flat Wash Technique – The flat wash technique is one of the more basic and common of the various techniques. The flat wash technique is usually used when large areas of the canvas need to be covered. You will want to lay out the watercolor wash evenly and uniformly. First you will need to dampen the area of your canvas where you will be applying the watercolor wash. Make certain to have an adequate amount of water and pigment available before your start. If you should have to stop for any reason, it will be difficult to match your layers. It is better to have more than less available. The angle at which you apply the watercolor wash is important. If the angle is too steep your wash will run down the paper. If the angle is too level, then you won’t have enough movement. Use a large brush for this technique and start your first stroke at the top of the paper. Continue applying the watercolor wash going down the paper, but alternate sides as you move down.
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