Who can RESIST the intriguing effect of water resisting oil or wax. Such an interesting battle going on that takes on a life of its own. An artist can't completely control it, but letting the art live and move has many advantages in creating vibrant robust art that speaks to people. Follow along and see how Larry uses the contrast of water and wax crayon in his works.
I enjoy experimenting with my painting, evolving my art and trying new unique things. By exploring new ideas and stretching my possibilities I keep discovering wonderfully advanced techniques and methods that only can be found with braking the mold of painting like everyone else and moving forward in your art career as an individual.
The phrase "Plein Air" is a French term which means the act of painting outdoors. I prefer acrylics because of their water clean up, fast drying time and ease of use. Other choices are watercolor, gouache, ink, charcoal, pastel and sometimes a mix of several together. Acrylic Plein Air offers a whole different approach and fresh modern look to outdoor on the spot painting.