I have had a few questions about acrylic pouring.
It started for me on Eventbrite , one place I go to check out what might be coming up in town.
I saw a listing on there for a class on pouring at the Canada Games Centre put on by The Acrylic Pouring Studio.
It was loads of fun and if you follow the link to their Facebook Page you can see pictures and get a lot of information.
If you go to Eventbrite you can join a class, the fee is $45 which is really reasonable since they supply all the materials and boxes for your work to bring it home.
It’s been a few months since I painted anything. So today I stuck in and painted this small acrylic on canvas.
I chose it so I could work on shading and texture, hope you like it.
I can’t sign it yet because the humidity is making the drying time quite long.
I was asked if I would donate a painting to a charity event. The theme is Tuscany so I searched for images I could use as a reference.
I created two images and they can choose one or both.
Vista in Acrylic on canvas.
J Goddard March 21, 2017
There is no doubt President Obama was cool, but I still remember John Kennedy. The energy and enthusiasm that began with his election defined the early sixties. His death, along with his brother Robert also doomed that movement.
Of course we will never know what may have come from a second Kennedy term but I like to think much of the division and turmoil that stained the late sixties and early seventies might have been avoided.
Still working on my technique, but I like this one.
An acrylic landscape by Jim Goddard 2017
18×20 on canvass
Based on an image from the internet, I wanted to work on the varied levels of detail that the original image displayed.