Learn How to Paint this Bluebird in
the Style of the Impressionists
“And then one primrose dawn,
Sweet, sweet, O sweet,
And tender, tender,
The bluebirds woke the happy earth
~ From “The First Bluebirds,” by Katharine Lee Bates
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Join me in this simple lesson as I show you how you can take your own photo from a nature walk, nature journal, or even an inspiration piece (as I did with the Birds & Blooms magazine), and create a beautiful work of art.
All you’ll need is:
- a canvas panel (or art journal)
- acrylic paints
- paint brushes
- black Sharpie marker (optional)
- white gel pen (optional)
- foam plate for palette
We’ll even learn a few techniques of the Impressionist artists!
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