Artistic Creations: Landscape Oil Painting
Join local artist Martha Flores and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium to create an oil paint landscape painting! In this video, you’ll learn how to use primary colored water-soluble oil paints to paint a landscape painting. First, you’ll sketch a horizontal line to divide the land and sky, use a vanishing point for a road or river, add mountains, trees, and rocks using perspective, and include texturing tools and techniques.
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Water Soluble Oil Paints (red, blue, yellow, white and black)
Pallate (paper plate)
Brushes (flat, fan, pointed)
Palette Knife (to mix paints)
Canvas or Paper
Be sure to share a photo of your creations with us. Use hashtag #wenatcheemuseum when posting photos of your creations on social media. We can’t wait to see what you made!
For more information on the Wenatchee Arts Education Consortium, visit:https://www.facebook.com/Wenatchee-Art-Education-Consortium-574417592706607
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