Downloadable Painting Pattern
Pansy Fest - Acrylic - By Sue Pruett, MDA
This unique 'stroke' painting style evolved from traditional and historic stroke painting. The flowers are formed using contoured, double-loaded, brush strokes. As you can see, each formed brush stroke shows a subtle value change between light and dark colors.
This painting technique has many uses and above all, teaches the art student how to control both brush pressure and brush loading at the same time. This is an excellent exercise in learning brush control and shape following strokes.
Discover how artist Sue Pruett approaches a stroke flower painting with a beautiful color palette, controlled brush work and great attention to detail.
***This downloadable Painting Pattern comes complete with line drawing, written instructions, video and step photos.
Palette: DecoArt Traditions Artist Acrylics
DecoArt Traditions Mediums Blending and Extender Medium Glazing Medium Satin Varnish
Brushes: DecoArt Traditions
TB11 ‐ 3/0 liner
TB12 ‐ 0 liner
TB35 – 12 flat
TB38 – 1” flat
TB42 – 8 filbert
TB43 – 10 filbert
TB101 – 0 mini mop
TB122 – 1” Soft White Mop
9”x12” canvas panel or Masonite
Wet Palette Container
Wax Palette Paper
Gray Graphite Paper