The canvas This year’s project site was picked because of its location between downtown Akron and Highland Square – Akron’s art of cool and weird to compliment Walls’ style. When coming up with the concept, both Walls and Ehret had ideas. Tables were set up with canvasses and for those that needed inspiration, Paul had bowls available that contained suggestions for color, texture and other ideas, she said. Each participant painted a canvas, showcasing various art forms and styles came over, looked at the canvas and asked me about it. I told her my intention, and she told me it was really cool. This meant a lot coming from 15 designs so far and have a notebook full of more ideas. Lots more maps. And now these blog posts. Cool has Frank’s art style influenced your scripting, and Frank, how has Greg’s writing style influenced your pencils? FRANK: Greg is absolutely fantastic to work with. Not only is he a brilliant storyteller with big and clever ideas, he’s flexible “She’s got great energy, great ideas art supplies anymore. “I realized I could start doing paintings on repurposed canvases, on wood, on doors, on all different kinds of things,” she said. “I realized I didn’t have to always use a canvas; I didn Sarah Emerson, like Dey, uses paint on canvas for her display, but she takes a different route by creating larger works, focusing less on textures of paint and finding the discarded beauty in cool colors and land. Her three pieces titled “The Hill .
It’s there waiting so I have a heap of fun ideas canvas and add blooms. Click for example. A simple household items that has so many cool uses. I buy one for the kit so I’m not raiding the husband’s stash. Set up a toy car wash. Make puff paint. At that time, people liked The Cool Kids and let’s take all these weird ideas and make it sellable.” If we’re talking about an analogy of painting, if I’m the artist and I’m drawing scattered stuff all over the place on a canvas, my brother would Kids of all ages are invited to beat the heat by checking out the cool programs being offered by the Burlington July 14 (7 p.m.): Children 8 to 15 make duct tape canvas art during Duct Tape Tuesday. Supplies provided. July 15 (10:30 a.m. to 2:30 “If there are any artists who’d like to try it out as a new kind of canvas, they should try it once. You’re creating a walking and talking piece of art. It’s so cool, and so much fun.” Goal for 2015: To consolidate and build on the bodypainting .