No matter what your artistic endeavours are, having some sort of guidance is very important and can actually help you improve your skills quickly. I was lucky to come across Quick Start Art painting workshops by Rob Lunn. I had the chance to attend one of Rob’s portrait painting workshops recently at Bath Art Studios; it was a great experience indeed. A very well structured lesson, spreading over a whole weekend, covered the fundamental steps of developing a portrait, using oil paints.
Like so many fellow artists, I used to take myself very seriously. I lacked self-confidence and considered my creations as something holy and untouchable. I even made up a rule that kept me from retouching a piece of work once I had signed it. For someone who is completely oblivious about the creative process, that might sound ridiculous, but in the artist’s mind, it totally makes sense. In mine, it did.
Hello to all of you! I am Ermis, a selftought artist from Greece! I paint on my way and I m trying, through my abstracts, to express all the things I feel, see or imagine…whatever inspires me is in my work. I paint on paper and of course on canvas and I use acrylics. I use oils too but not so often. I like to work with a palette knife along with my brushes. Recently, I made some small first steps at digital art. I am really grateful to be here as a featured artist! Thank you very much CHROMA!
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