Learn to push beyond traditional painting techniques with help and inspiration from Acrylic Fusion, a unique reference book that encourages artists to explore a variety of new approaches to acrylic.
Since the early 1960s, when acrylic paints first became widely available, the medium has grown to include an incredible diversity of products with a range of qualities unlike any other form of paint. In addition to the extensive range of acrylic colors now available, acrylic mediums have exponentially expanded the effects one can achieve with surfaces, textures, and applications. More than ever, acrylic is a medium of endless possibilities.
Acrylic Fusion exposes artists to a diverse range of materials, techniques, and unconventional methods designed to stimulate creativity and encourage experimentation. It's a must-have resource for acrylic painters, but the techniques can also be adapted for many different kinds of projects and applications — from art journals to greeting cards to furniture.
Author Dan Tranberg is an award-winning artist, writer, and critic based in Cleveland, Ohio. His writing has appeared in national and international publications including Art in America, NY Arts, ArtUS, BOMB, Glass, and Art on Paper. He teaches painting and writing at the Cleveland Institute of Art.
Author — Dan Tranberg.
Paperback. 128 pages.