To have a great intuitive painting experience, you need:
A nice place to install your material and somewhere you feel comfortable and happy. It can be outside, if weather permits it. You can put some music on; it helps free the imagination and release tension.
Paper or any other support you want such as a rock, carton, etc.
Paints – any kind
Brushes, but you can also use your fingers, or anything you want
Water, container, paper towels
1- You tape your paper on a support to make sure the paper is not going to wrinkle. We learned this from Kathleen’s advice on watercolor painting.
2- Painting can be messy, so cover your buoy with an old shirt or plastic wrap. Now, you can have fun without worrying about the clean up afterwards.
3- Pick your color according to your mood, the emotions you want to express or get rid of.
Georgia loves blue.
4- Get wet and paint.
Do not hesitate to play with the materials, colors and contrasts. Let your imagination lead you.
5- Et voila! Welcome the first Buoy Intuitive Painting.
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