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    that can be applied to watercolor paintings

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The Artful Wanderer

June 29 Gallery 510 Museum & Art Space
Rene will be giving a presentation on her Art Travel trips. See artwork created from her lessons and speak with past travelers...

Video Tutorial

Learn how to Marble

In this hour long instructional video, you’ll learn how to create your own beautiful marbled artwork. Join Rene as she shows how she gets set up for marbling and how to use simple tools to make a variety of patterns. She also demonstrates the process that she developed for marbling over her watercolor paintings!

Includes:

  • how to alum paper/cloth
  • preparing carrageenan
  • mixing paint
  • basic & advanced pattern techniques
  • applying gall
  • how to marble over paintings
  • marbling history
  • before and after examples
  • link to a Materials List & Reference Guide PDF

After purchase, you will have access to stream or download the video

About Rene

rene.art@gmail.com  503-890-9668

René Eisenbart’s art-making which started in childhood has developed into a multi-faceted career, including 25 years as artist for The Oregonian where she created weekly botanical illustrations. Hundreds of her paintings have been published in the Homes & Gardens section and the book, “Plant This” by NPR correspondent Ketzel Levine.

Rene’s art — often infused with the human form or quintessential plants and creatures of the Northwest — is rich with symbolic meaning. It is a dance between her intention and the flow of paint. She incorporates texture and patterning and uses unusual color to move the eye through her paintings. In combining acrylic marbling and watercolor — two practices with long traditions — Rene has developed a signature technique. She reinterprets images by weaving layers of marbled patterns with glazes of colorful paint. These interlaced works invite the viewer to construct their own narrative. They are drawing attention and winning awards.

René teaches in her NW Portland home, throughout the region and also leads travel workshops in France, Italy and Hawaii. She encourages each person’s unique artistic expression, creating a safe, supportive environment for growth and experimentation. Read more about her process on her blog.

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