Monthly Archives: April 2013

As far as the tricks on freestyle you just have to make yourself to go with the first thing in mind without giving it a second thought

Gregg MetternichDo you paint for a living? Or is it a part time hobby which makes you extra money? I love your videos since they are very helpful and your work is awsome!  I was born very creative but just started actually using my gift.. lol.. I am trying to learn not to “think” […]

Read more

Unique and original acrylic texture abstract art video lesson Sound Waves by Peter Dranitsin

Unique and original acrylic texture abstract art video lesson Sound Waves by Peter Dranitsin 

Read more

The beauty of it comes when you paint over one canvas several times and build a beautiful texture that one day you paint over and you got yourself a masterpiece

Do you only use one sponge? Do you just give it a quick rinse and squeeze before using it again? Every time i watch you, it seems like you have about 10 new dry sponges sitting next to you! HI Jack, yes I usually have one sponge that I use for single painting. I rinse […]

Read more

“Sound Waves” Texured Original acrylic abstract painting by Peter Dranitsin

“Sound Waves” Texured Original acrylic abstract painting by Peter Dranitsin

Read more

2 New Features Now Available to Members of AbstractArtLesson.com

http://www.abstractartlesson.com/online_abstract_painting_video_lessons

Read more

When you work abstractly, do you use a photograph still for a reference or a starting point for creating?

Theresa E I find I am drawn to work abstractly. It is more intuitive. I’ve been in a rut lately and it occurred to me to try and use photographs I have taken as a resource and or stepping stone to lay a foundation before I start and see where the abstract takes me. Mary Russell […]

Read more

New Art Video Lesson has been released for Racing the Sunset by Peter Dranitsin

New Art Video Lesson has been released for Racing the Sunset by Peter Dranitsin

Read more

Racing the Sunset is an acrylic painting composed of textures by Peter Dranitsin

Racing the Sunset is an acrylic painting composed of textures by Peter Dranitsin

Read more

How to Use KROMA crackle

Kroma Crackle is a versatile product and can be used in several different ways to produce different effects. Here are Step-by-Step instructions for Three Different Techniques. ________________________________________________________________________ Basic Technique 1. Apply a layer of acrylic colour to your surface and allow to dry – this is the colour that will show in between the cracks. 2. Apply a […]

Read more

The Chinese-French painter Zao Wou-ki once told me that painting expresses the thoughts we struggle to put into words.

CNN) — The Chinese-French painter Zao Wou-ki once told me that painting expresses the thoughts we struggle to put into words. Faced with this challenge, “It’s easier to learn English!” he joked, his wit shining through, even though Alzheimer’s disease had already begun its slow, relentless onslaught on his mind. Zao, widely regarded as one of […]

Read more

Shown page 1/3 of 22 Blogs

Acrylic Abstract Painting Video Categories

When you begin to create your abstract painting one thing that you must decide is what type of theme you would like to approach.

QUESTION or COMMENT ?
QUESTION or COMMENT ?


Password Reset

Please enter your e-mail address. You will receive a new password via e-mail.

Abstract Blogs

ACRYLIC PAINT PROPERTIES

Acrylics dry incredibly fast, allowing for many layers to be created on surfaces quickly and easily.  Some artists that generally prefer oils sometimes see this see this ability to be a hindrance to blending and mixing colors.  There are, however, acrylic mediums available that will slow drying times making acrylics behave a bit more like […]

Read more

AMAZING SCULPTURES CREATED PURELY FROM FRUITS AND VEGETABLES MUST SEE

AMAZING SCULPTURES CREATED PURELY FROM FRUITS AND VEGETABLES MUST SEE  

Read more


I would like to start creating my own paintings to sell , and from there widen my options …

Hi Peter, I’m interested in becoming self employed. You are my mentor in becoming a great artist, like yourself. You have the experienced and I trust you would advised me accordingly. I would like to start creating my own paintings to sell , and from there widen my options … I’ll be very greatfull in […]

Read more

You have left me feeling younger and as if abstract painting is possible for me at least for my own enjoyment.

Pete, I happened upon a couple of your videos on YouTube, and you have encouraged and inspired me. Coming to painting late in life-I am 61-I lack confidence. Your positivity, encouragement, and evidence of continual reworking and revision while you work has left me feeling much more free to play and experiment. I have been […]

Read more
Shown page 1/203 of 1012 Blogs