Bethany Robert: Find Your Voice in Creating Abstract Art! – December 8 -9, 2023
Have you ever wondered why certain pieces of abstract art appeal to you? Have you wanted to find your inspiration and unique style when it comes to creating abstract art? Bethany will show you how composition, texture, editing techniques and striking color palettes can come together to create a dynamic piece of abstract art. Hours: 9am – 4pm
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Her art includes using a mixture of unique textures, oils, inks, acrylics, spray paint, latex and pastels on canvas, paper and wood. Her work features a complex design of shapes and colors, pulled together with magnetic focal points and strong composition.
Her work has been featured in galleries, as well as on the sets of primetime television shows and commercials, in home decor stores and hotels worldwide. Her studies in art, fashion, Spanish and world travels have all influenced the work she creates.
Have you ever wondered why certain pieces of abstract art appeal to you? Have you wanted to find your inspiration and unique style when it comes to creating abstract art? Bethany will show you how composition, texture, editing techniques and striking color palettes can come together to create a dynamic piece of abstract art. She will show you the secrets behind creating balance and focal point that appeal to the eye as well as helping you find your inspiration in creating abstract art.
Bethany is known for her unique mark makings, creating her own color palettes, airy neutrals, layering techniques and using a variety of mediums. In this workshop, Bethany will take the guessing out of how to start creating an abstract piece of art, starting with a blank canvas. She will work with you on developing the color palette for the art, explore options of compositional layout, demonstrate unique textural layering techniques, and show you the importance of editing. Since she uses a vast array of mediums in her work, she will show you how to layer using different mediums from ink and pastel to texture, acrylic and oil.
One thing Bethany has learned while creating abstract art is that all art is subjective, but there are ways to create a compelling piece. Her background in graphic design honed her skills on the importance of creating strong focal point, balance and composition in her work, and she brings that skill and talent into the abstract art field.