Acrylic paint is a relatively new medium. It is ideal for new artists as mistakes can easily be remedied. Liz recommends buying good quality acrylics with less garish colours that mix well and produce better results. Get to know colours by making a colour wheel. Painting on a background colour has advantages. Liz used Liquitex Medium Magenta which gave a warm colour
for the background for one of her demonstration paintings.
At the end of the afternoon Liz called everyone together to do a plenary and to look at what we had all achieved. There was a fabulous variety of work and Liz praised everyone for achieving as much in the limited time available. This year the hall was only available to from 10 am – 2 pm.