Downloadable Painting Pattern - Easy Ompir Style Fruit Basket by Gaby Hunter.
Peter Ompir style painting falls under the umbrella of Early American painting styles. Born Charles Burns in Pittsburg, PA in 1904, he changed his name to Peter Ompir which translates to “Peter the Great” in French. Peter was often referred to as the “Dean of Decorative Painting”. He's quite an interesting character to read about.
Over the years his style of painting was embraced by many decorative painters and has become a popular one to use for decorating useful and functional items for the home.
Statisfy Your Need to Create! - In this painting lesson, Painting and Molding Instructions all in one Painting Pattern. Look closely and you'll see the tiny molded figure sitting on the basket handle.
This easy and fun painting pattern is designed for the beginner using basic painting techniques for the decorative painter. The design was painted using DecoArt Traditions Artist Acrylics and can be adapted to fit many different surfaces. The top of this fruit basket is embelished with a little hand molded character made from Quikwood which is a fast drying molding clay. This painting pattern is a fun design to create with children and grandchildren alike! This pattern is ready for immediate download.
Burgundy, Naphthol Red (PR170),
Naphthol Red Light (PR9),
Phthalo Blue (PB 15:3),
Burnt Umber (PBr 7),
Burnt Sienna (PBr 7),
Raw Sienna (PBr 7),
Hansa Yellow (PY 74),
Red Violet (PV 19),
Note: Pigment numbers are only listed for pure pigments, not mixes.
DecoArt Traditions Mediums:
Glazing Medium, Extender & Antiquing Medium, Satin Varnish, Texture Paste