Monday, May 15, 2017

Pastel Sunrise - Acrylic Painting + Linkup #27


Pastel Sunrise. Artist Charles Wolf. 
Acrylic on Canvas, 12x12in. Impulsive Artistry © 2017. 

Today, I am sharing a painting that I created using only a palette knife. I enjoy painting works with only the knife as it helps me to focus on color and composition in a freer impressionistic style.  This particular piece features pastel colors and is loosely based on some of the amazing sunrises I have seen on stormy mornings here in North Carolina and my visits to the Outer Banks.  

Learn how to paint this piece yourself with my full-length, FREE DIY painting lesson below, or sit back and enjoy just watching me paint in the time lapse version of this painting. :  )  




Pastel Sunrise — Closeup. Artist Charles Wolf. 
Acrylic on Canvas, 12x12in. Impulsive Artistry © 2017. 

Acrylic Paint:
Titanium White
Cobalt Blue 
Permanent Magenta
Cadmium Yellow Medium
Aqua Green
Matte Liquid Medium 

Materials: 
Palette Knife
Canvas, 12x12in. 
Easel or Flat Surface
Drop Cloth
Watercup
Dish for Medium
Palette (Cardboard) 
Paper Towel

"Pastel Sunrise" Time Lapse Video: 



Pastel Sunrise — Acrylic Abstract Painting Time Lapse.
Artist Charles Wolf. Impulsive Artistry © 2017. 

How To Paint "Pastel Sunrise":




 Pastel Sunrise — DIY Painting Lesson. 
Artist Charles Wolf. Impulsive Artistry © 2017.

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Thanks for viewing my work today. I hope that you enjoyed seeing my latest painting and painting videos. Let me know what thought in the comment section below or on the Impulsive Artistry Facebook Page.

Have a fantastic creative week, 

—Charles
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