Make The World’s Easiest Impressive Gold Prosecco Bottle Painting

If the last time you made a painting you were still in a school uniform Da Vinci Box is here to bring a bit of joy to your lockdown. This painting looks very impressive when it’s finished. When you are shown the secrets and tricks to achieving it, you’ll realise how easy and enjoyable it is to make professional art.
Get ready to unlock your inner artist with Da Vinci Boxes EASY to follow step-by-step art tutorial by fine artist Sheila Flaherty and have all the art materials needed delivered straight to your door. When you are shown how, it’s amazing what you will do. Enjoy creating impressive art from your own home with Da Vinci Box. Order here from Etsy and challenge yourself to create the “Da Vinci Box Midas Touch” painting and then sit back and bask in all the compliments of your achievement.
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Prosecco not included :-(. Art materials only

Step by step tutorial

 

 

Da Vinci Box: Painting Gold Objects. Add some sparkle to your lockdown

Learn to make this impressive, gold bottle painting. Art materials delivered to your door and full online tutorial.

Would you love to paint gold objects in your paintings so they look realistic? Da Vinci Box painting gold, will show you exactly how to make this impressive painting of a gold prosecco bottle. Step by step tutorial video and all the materials you need to make this painting delivered straight to your door.

If you have never painted before, be prepared to impress yourself. If you have painted then you can add another skill to your repertoire. Don’t be bored this lockdown, unlock your inner artist. You were created to create. Pre-sale Buy now and receive in November. 🍾🖌🌟
*This set does not include the bottle of wine unfortunately just the materials to make the painting.

 

 

Art Academy Online Master Class: Introduction to Artemisia Gentileschi PART V: Drapery

Art Academy Online Master Class: Introduction to Artemisia Gentileschi PART V: Drapery

Link for the National gallery: http://artacademy.ie/2020/05/26/2723/

Cover Image reference: https://www.wikipedia.org/

Art Academy Online Master Class: Introduction to Artemisia Gentileschi PART III: Blocking In

 

Very well done on your work so far. I am impressed. Here is the video as promised on blocking in. Lots of colour mixing and setting a solid foundation for the painting. Give a call if you get stuck on anything.

I meant to say that it is National Drawing Day on Saturday. I’ll will host a Facebook LIVE to celebrate where we will drawing the statue of Venus from the National Gallery. I’d love to see you then.

Good luck. Happy drawing,

Sheila x

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Art Academy Online Master Class: Introduction to Artemisia Gentileschi PART II: Graisille

Hi wonderful artists,

Well done on todays class. Above is a video for you as a reference. Below there is an image of the two groupings of light and shade blocked in as a reference.

We can draw parallels between Artemisia Gentileschi in her lifetime and the modern day recording artist Taylor Swift.

I have included  videos at the bottom of the post of her music video The Man and the making of. Both women have brilliance in common, success from a young age, fame and media attention both good and bad.

Both are arguably the best in their area of creative work, have created a huge body of work, constantly creating, are renowned for their beauty, relevant to the time they lived in and have had their personal lives scrutinised.

Both have constantly had to reinvent themselves and are both feminists. In the sense that they believe and are public and courageous in their feeling about all genders being very valuable.

Both have had to defy gender discrimination. Artemisia of course famously said “I will show you what a woman can do”.

See you next week and looking forward to it,

Sheila

Sketch of the under painting for our master piece, master copy: Saint Catherine of Alexandria by Italian Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi. The basic values are divided into two parts. The lighter values are in one group and the darker values in another. 

We can draw parallels between Artemisia Gentileschi in her lifetime and the modern day recording artist Taylor Swift.