Introductions to the ways to do fluid painting art and how to attain cell formations within the art. How to properly dry the paintings. How to apply coatings to archive your paintings.
-Introduction to materials and class
-Choosing the right colors
-How to properly mix paints for doing fluid pours
-Using and mixing in the silicone
-Doing a clean pour technique
-Doing a dirty pour technique
-Doing a dirty pour flip cup technique
-how to edit the pouring in a creative technique
-adding a resin coat for protection.
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Please do not purchase materials until VCUQatar has sent final course confirmation.
- Fluid acrylic paint, primary colors and black and white
- Silicon oil
- Canvas or canvas, or wood panels.
- Canvas panel or canvas, or wood panel at least 5 of optional size.
- Fluid acrylic paint at least 300ml, optional colors.
- Uniform (optional)
- A tray to carry the artwork home
On occasions, there may be some more materials to be bought and brought in if and when advised by the instructor.
Most of the materials are available from any art supply shop, for example:
Yeon Geong Hwang is a rigorous hard-worker and workaholic awarded with graduating from VCUartsQatar as Valedictorian with a BFA in Graphic Design.
She is a driven and organized designer with a range of experiences from interning at Al Jazeera Media Network to creating illustrations. She is skilled in communication to a diverse audience through a global background, with the understanding of different cultures and languages.
Her artworks awarded with the Qatar Foundation (QF) Scholarship of Creative Innovation following her artistic portfolio. As a constant, quick observer, she produces artworks with rigorous details. She also investigates her endless creative potentials, not limited to format, from Adobe CC to 3D prints.
With all her creative talents and hard works, she has been actively participating in teaching through VCUartsQatar’s community classes over four years.
She is an active artist and designer, showcasing her designs at her website: www.yeongeonghwang.com and her illustrations at other website www.whatisabsurd.com.