Artists like myself want to peek through other artist’s studio keyholes
because we are curious to see what other artists are doing. In other words,
“How Did They Do That”?
People learn from other artists and artists learn from each other.
Aren’t you curious how artists do what they do and might want to try it?
People need to know what it feels like to make a painting that way. The
reason people want to read how abstract artists make their paintings is so
they can try to do it, but differently.
“Learn The Secrets Of 58 Top Artists”
This is a massive collection of abstract painting techniques and ideas from 58 nationally
recognized abstract artists and 108 pieces of abstract art work. It is like being in
their studio peering over their shoulder as they create another masterpiece.
Most of the featured abstract artists would say that their art is more
real than other painting styles as the colors and textures they create are
Enjoy the creative process of abstract art in which ‘Nothing is Wrong’.
Realize that you can create your own masterpiece. You will understand each
artist’s methods of painting and use of tools. Don’t just copy what other
artists are doing, but use these abstract painting techniques to develop your own unique style.
People are constantly looking for new forms of expression and this guide offers
you the opportunity to satisfy these needs with abstract painting. This is a
practical guide so I have included artists that I like their work and their
“working process”, which you will need to familiarize yourself with before you
start a painting.
Learn Abstract Painting From These Working Processes
These working processes will help you learn abstract painting. Develop your
own watercolor painting techniques or acrylic painting techniques and unique style from the clear information on methods,
materials, and techniques used by professional artists.
I am very pleased to be able to introduce you to this unique way of learning
and to discover what abstract painting is all about. After reading the
working process and studying each artist’s work, you can then strike out on a
path entirely of your own and develop your own style.
No Drawing Or Painting Experience Required!
Even if you do not have drawing or painting experience, you can learn the
abstract methods without any complicated techniques. Even if you prefer to
paint realistic art or semi abstract art, abstract art can help you get motivated to develop your own
original, individual and creative art.
Inside “A Walk Into Abstracts” you will find 108 stunning abstract paintings by 58 artists.
All the artists have a picture of their abstract art and their “working process” on how
they did the painting from beginning to end. Their materials, techniques, and
work sequence. Every working process is provided with one picture of their
abstract art painting.
They are not intended for you to copy, but to help you produce your own
original abstract artwork. There is a lot of information to take in, but do enjoy the
Here are some snippets from the book:
“A Walk Into Abtracts” is able to present an enormous amount of art works and information
on “how they did that” in one place. This guide also allows for the
observation of many different styles, techniques, colors and applications.
The number of beautiful abstract images in this book is stunning.
I have learned so much by
You have probably spent
hundreds or thousands of dollars for books, tapes and workshops. Many artist
charge $75, $100 or more per day for workshops. A five day workshop can
easily cost more than $1,000 dollars with tuition, travel, lodging, food, etc.
I recently spent over $1,000 for a 5 day workshop with a very well known artist and by the third day I was so disappointed I was ready to go home.
And still you are just learning from one artist, but hopefully you took good notes. Here you are getting the
opportunity to learn the techniques of 58 artists.
Since people learn in different ways, I decided to have all of this
information put on both a DVD and an ebook that you can download directly to your computer.
The DVD is not the typical DVD filmed at a workshop with
a hand-held camera and lousy audio. This is not a cheap amateur 45 minute
This is a professionally narrated and professionally produced DVD over 4
1/2 HOURS long. You can study the painting while listening to the working process.
The ebook or electronic book, you can download to your computer and start enjoying immediately even if it is 3:00 am. This ebook is designed to be viewed directly on your computer. It is layed out so that two pages will be displayed at once. The page on the left will display the painting and the page on the right will display the artist’s working process in creating the painting.
I realize artists who are really serious about learning new abstract art techniques would like to have both the ebook and the DVD. So, I
put together a package containing the 369 page ebook and the 4 1/2 hour DVD.
Not only will you have the fantastic DVD to view, but you will also get the written working processes that you can study over and over.
I have spent six months producing this ebook and DVD and plan to raise the prices in the future, but these prices are good for now. Even better this comes with a …
That’s right. The risk is all mine. If you’re unhappy, for any reason, I
don’t want your money. I will treat you the way I wish people treated me —
with gracious trust and the benefit of the doubt. In the unlikely event you
decide it’s not for you, you don’t even need to give me a reason why. Because
you say so is good enough. Just let me know within 60 days of purchase and I
will refund your money.
Serious Artist Package
Walk Into Abstracts” DVD
Yes, I want the 369
artists and 108 full-colorabstract paintings that I can download
I can download the electronic book directly to my computer and start
|B. J. Adams||Lynne Kroll,
|Carol Z. Brody,
|Joan Burr||Cheryl D.
McClure, SWS, TVAA
Mehaffey, AWS, NWS
Cappaert, NWS, ISAP
Miller, ISEA, LWS
Cartwright, NWS, MOWS
|Barbara Millican, AWS, NWS|
|Robin Colodzin||Nancy Egol
|Rita Crooks, NWS||Mary Lou Osborne, ISEA, SWA|
|Marie Cummings||Kendra Postma, ISEA|
Eikenbery, AWS, NWS
|Pat San Soucie,
|Jan Filarski||Delda Skinner,
Fitzgerald, NCS, NWWS
|Jane Gates||Selma Stern, AWS|
|Sheila Grodsky||Sue St.John, KWS|
|Marilyn Gross, ISEA, SLMM||Sharon Stone, SWS|
|Lana Grow, AWS, ISEA||Fredi
Trabbic, AWS, OWS
|Dottie Holdren||Mira M. White|
|Jane E. Jones,
Ziegler, AWS, NWS