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20181024_065646.jpgLast night we channeled our inner Edouard Manet’s as we painted these lovely florals.  Nice work everyone!

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Kids with Arch of Roses

Kids April 18 The kids painted these lovely rose arches yesterday.  Nice!

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Roses for FebWe will be painting Roses at the 1st Saturday Paint Party in February.  Join in on February 3rd at 2 pm and create this lovely work of art.  Everyone can do it.  No experience necessary.  Click here to register.

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Fam  Painters June ManetLast night our painters re-created this beautiful Manet painting of the Red and Yellow Roses.  And they did a fabulous job!  Good work everyone.

Our Famous Painter series is every 4th Tuesday at The Studio.

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Camp 2 Day 1 Manet Age 8-12We started the 2nd week of Art Camp studying Edouard Manet and painting his Yellow Rose.  These kids did a GREAT job with this one.  First we created our own color wheels and talked about color mixing and that allowed us to get a good idea of how to make our paintings look like Manet’s.  Today we study Monet.

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Yellow Rose VII acrylic on paper 7.5"x11"

Yellow Rose VII
acrylic on paper
7.5″x11″

Yellow & Peach Roses  acrylic on paper 7.5"x11"

Yellow & Peach Roses
acrylic on paper
7.5″x11″

Yellow Rose IV acrylic on paper 7.5"x11"

Yellow Rose IV
acrylic on paper
7.5″x11″

Yellow Rose IX acrylic on paper 7.5"x11"

Yellow Rose IX
acrylic on paper
7.5″x11″

Yellow Rose V acrylic on paper 7.5"x11"

Yellow Rose V
acrylic on paper
7.5″x11″

Today’s sale items are five acrylic paintings on watercolor paper.  These are demonstration paintings in a representational abstract style.  Your choice for the SALE PRICE of $10 each!!!  Contact kwalker@doubledogdesigns.com to purchase.

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SAMSUNGLast Thursday, Valentine’s Day, one of my students brought this lovely bouquet of flowers to me at class.  So we immediately set it up on the table and put a solid paper behind it to make it work for us as a painting.

Step 1- Lay in a shape

Step 1- Lay in a shape

Step 2- Place some major flower shapes in the vase

Step 2- Place some major flower shapes in the vase

Step 3- Continue developing the flowers and work in a background

Step 3- Continue developing the flowers and work in a background

Step 4 - Finish flowers with details

Step 4 – Finish flowers with details

Cathy's version of the Valentine's Bouquet

Cathy’s version of the Valentine’s Bouquet

And the final photo in this post is Cathy, my thoughtful student who gave me the flowers and this is her version of the same bouquet.  This is a great example of how different things look when you are sitting just a few feet apart but looking from a different angle.  Every painter’s interpretation is different.  Thanks again Cathy for the beautiful flowers.

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