A3, acrylic glazed.

This painting was a lesson in layers. We started with a tonal ground or transparent colour – in my case a Burnt Umber glaze. Then we did a detailed underpainting in black and white to develop the structure. Once this was dry we used a thin, transparent layer of acrylic mixed with a glazing medium to add colour. Rookie error, missing the foot off the bottom!

Published by Dawn Waldron

Highly experienced nutritional and nutrigenomic therapist helping people optimise diet, lifestyle and gene expression for health and happiness after breast cancer.

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