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Q&A with artist Amy Compton

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Q&A with artist Amy Compton

Introducing the wonderful mixed media artist Amy Compton! Amy has been on my radar for quite some time now. For me, it is not just her colourful and soulful art that stands out. It is also her experimentational approach to art-making, her willingness to share her journey and her support of others as they make their own way through the world of art. But will you like her art and her nature as much as I do? I'm pretty sure I know the answer... but I'll let you be the judge. Read on.

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Q&A with artist Jane Thompson

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Q&A with artist Jane Thompson

This week, I introduce you to artist Jane Thompson. I have long admired her work on Instagram and we have connected through social media over the last year or so. What stands out about Jane's work, from an onlooker's perspective, is the pure expression, the energy and the connectedness. Her use of colour and composition in all of her works is nothing short of perfection.

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Q&A with artist Jade Fisher

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Q&A with artist Jade Fisher

And we're back! After a little break from Q&A interviews, this week we're featuring the gorgeous and talented artist Jade Fisher. With a stunning and consistent style, Jade's works radiate delicate beauty. You will adore discovering more about her... so read on...

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How To Thicken and Thin Acrylic Paint

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How To Thicken and Thin Acrylic Paint

This post is all about acrylic painting... and how to thicken and thin your paints using mediums. If you've been wondering how to modify your paints for some variety and a point of difference in your artworks, this video is a must watch.

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Acrylic Colour Mixing For Harmony

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Acrylic Colour Mixing For Harmony

In the latest video I share my top secret for colour mixing that will take your art making to the next level. It truly is a game changer and can be applied to a whole bunch of mediums, not just acrylics.

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