Oil painting is one of the most sophisticated mediums to work with. Result not always depends on your skills or quality of paints, but also on how you paint, how much oil or any other medium you use.
Turpentine or oil? Which oil (linseed, poppy, walnut, safflower etc.) to use? Raw, boiled, refined, thickened or bleached oil to choose and why?
Let’s try to find out.
As Elena Nahum Leroy has a small lab, she’ll make live demo of different kinds of oil and how they affect your painting.
All participants will get free samples of RUSART products by mail.
FREE to participate. Registration by email email@example.com required.
ZOOM. Linked with password will be emailed 2 days before the event.
Mediums in Oil Painting – Part 1: Different kinds of oils and mineral spirits
Mediums in Oil Painting – Part 2: painting mediums and finishing varnishes
Mediums in Oil Painting – Part 3: restoration and fixing mistakes