Alyson Walters
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What's the best medium for outside?
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I love drawing with lead, charcoal, chalk and oil pastels and I love painting with water colours, gauche and acrylic. But which is best for outdoors?  And does anybody have tips for survival in the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart J. Gourlay Feb 6, 2012.

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How would you categorize your painting style?
Which medium do you prefer? eg. oils, acrylics, etc.
Acrylic, watercolour and Gauche
Are you a full time artist?
Some Time
Who are your favourite 2 artists?
Van Gogh and Harley Crossley
Do you have any goals for your painting?
Just to get better

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At 11:38 on July 2, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Alyson, I think you must in good figure  now as you have to work so hard. Please make sure that bedroom have good ventilation for you to work with oils. Another thing is hold youself and wait for the walls dried and then move in. The wet paint is not good for our health. Very soon, you will happyly paint in your new home. And then immediately come back to join us, please. Li

At 4:00 on July 2, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Alyson, thank you for your nice comment. Have you settled down now?  Are you happy for your new home? You must have to adjust youself a  while for the new envirment. Are you going to join us for the coming workshop? Waiting to see your work soon. Take care, Li

At 12:45 on May 6, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Alyson, First, thank you for like my girls.  About Workshop9, you pointed out a very improtant question. Because, I had same worries before. I am detail oriented. If I painted something without detail I would feel guilty.  Now, I changed way of thinking. I should sometime paint something with detail and another time do someting without detail, just enjoy the general picture of value and colour with big brush stroke. You will amazed by yourself after a period of practice. I suggest you study Richard's demo and paintings to see  details he put on  details and how realistic his work showed. Among us there are many good artists with defferente stlyes. For the artists who like simplified paintings also have many good examples , such as Chris, Dee, Marina, Susier, Nancy, Annie, Dania, Svitlana, justina.....Oh, a lot , I can not name all of them. Their work do not have a lot of details but very realistic. It would not take you 3weeks. Maybe 1 week. From a professional to immpressional there  is a big gap, we can cross it by mentally overcome ourselves. This is a big thing for you and me and need time and practice. But it is worthy for me. Waiting to see you in workshop9.

At 14:49 on April 29, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Alyson, I am so happy that you like it. Thank you for your nice comments. Are you going to join us for next workshop? Li

At 0:57 on April 8, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Alyson, Thank you. If you have a erge of paint a dancer just get your brush and do it. I believe that anything beautiful and touch your heart will move others. Even if our techniques are not profect, people will like it as it is from our heart and they can tell. 

At 12:59 on February 27, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Alyson, I am sorry to tell you that our next workshop is still life as I know. I did not find your work this time. I don't know how horrible your struggle is. I suffered  a lot for this one , I tried and failed 4 times of my grapes. That is why they are so dark. I was afraid that I could not be able to complete this painting.  I,  several times ,wanted to give up. But I overcome my fear. I talked to myself to be honest and do not pretend to be somebody I am not. You know I painted a little girl and many people like it. No one put a pressure on me but myself. I want to show people that I am good. That was my problem and still is. Painting is indeed difficult. The more I learn the more I know how much I am short of. Personally I believe that still life can help your landscape a lot. This is just a learning process. You have already saw so many brave girls and boys  here , take a deep breath and gump in to join us. We help each other on the way.

At 11:42 on February 25, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Thank you Alyson! I did not see your work .   Are you going to  join us for the next workshop so taht we can inspire each other?

At 10:29 on February 24, 2012, Tony McMahon said…

Thanks Alyson. I appreciate your comment. I enjoyed trying a tonal/grey portrait but realising it needs more refinement I stopped with intention of redoing it on something other than paper.

At 9:35 on February 2, 2012, Ningning Li said…

You are such a romantic girl.! Life is hard for most of  common people here. By the way, I can only paint still object on site. if they are moving, I have to take photo and paint them later at home. I seldom paint outside. I am not well equiped as art material supply is limited.

At 8:10 on February 2, 2012, Ningning Li said…

Alyson, I painted it home with  the photo I took there. Too high, we only stayed there for 15minutes and the bus took us down to the valey. 



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