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Weekly BobBlast #95
"Drawing Back onto an Acrylic Painting" VIDEO

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Dear Artist,
Drawing Back onto an Acrylic Painting

I have just finished a Mentor Workshop in my studio in Arroyo Grande, California - so I am back working on my own work that I started during the workshop - a large acrylic painting on canvas - and now, I am drawing back into the canvas with charcoal and pastel.

Why? I like to draw. I also like to combine pure paintings and drawing at the same time.

Later, after I have finished, I'll "seal" the charcoal with a fixative - I prefer SpectraFix, a casein-based fixative used for charcoal, pastels and watercolors. 

Watch the video! I demo drawing with charcoal and give you a close-up of my materials.

Thank you for your interest, questions, comments and support!

The above studio lessons, materials and much, much more are featured in my Studio Workshops in Arroyo Grande, CA! 

I have one more Five Day Instructional Studio Workshops scheduled for 2016:

August 24-28 (Wednesday-Sunday)
Daily workshop hours are 9am-4pm (1 hour lunch break)
To secure your spot for a Studio Workshop, email kate@robertburridge.com!

And- Check out these 2 workshops coming up:
Sedona Arts Center, Sedona  Arizona
May 23-27, 2016
Artist Retreat: Contemporary Abstract Figure Painting & Collage
(888) 954-4442 or (928) 282-3809

Cloudcroft Art Workshops, Cloudcroft  New Mexico 
July 18-22, 2016
Loosen Up with Aquamedia Painting

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"Drawing Back onto an Acrylic Painting" video.

BobBlast #95 Drawing Back onto an Acrylic Painting

Love, Peace & Happiness,
Robert Burridge
www.RobertBurridge.com
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Bob drawing onto his large acrylic painting
video run time 5 minutes, 17 seconds

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