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Acrylic Painting Step by Step: Discover all the basics and a range of special techniques for creating your own masterpieces in acrylic

Tom Swimm

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Quarto Books
01 January 2005
Art & Architecture; Painting & paintings; Painting & art manuals
Beginners and accomplished artists alike are attracted to the beauty and versatility of acrylic painting. In this comprehensive book, you will find all the instruction and inspiration you need to master the medium or improve your painting skills. Accomplished artist Tom Swimm guides you step by step through 12 stunning acrylic projects, offering easy-to-follow instructions along with his personal artistic insights. Acrylic Painting Step by Step covers dozens of beginning and advanced acrylic techniques, from underpainting and glazing to impasto and texturizing. You will learn to paint a variety of subjects, including a lively floral, a striking still life, an eye-catching street scene, and a gorgeous seascape.
By:   Tom Swimm
Imprint:   Quarto Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   45
Dimensions:   Height: 241mm,  Width: 165mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   209g
ISBN:   9781560108580
ISBN 10:   1560108584
Series:   Artist's Library
Pages:   64
Publication Date:   01 January 2005
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Tom Swimm has felt an instinctive need to paint since his early childhood. Although he is self-taught, he has long been inspired by the work of Van Gogh, Monet, and Hopper, and he considers these masters his teachers. Tom's first one-man exhibition was at the Pacific Edge Gallery in Laguna Beach, California. His work has also been displayed in several other California galleries, at ArtExpo New York, and at the APPAF Exhibition in Paris, France. His paintings have also appeared on the cover of Skyward Marketing's in-flight magazine in 2001, as well as on the cover of Artist's Magazine in 1992. And Tom's work is currently featured in several Walter Foster Publishing titles

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