Gary Bolyer’s Top 7 How-to-Paint Blogs

Gary Bolyer, Kick-ass American Artist

Do you want your painting to totally kick-ass?

Do you want to be a sexy art star?

Then you must read these 7 art blogs that I have written.

If you don’t know what I’ve been writing about lately, then you are just eating yesterday’s leftover tuna fish.  I’ll see you at the sandwich bar…..uh….maybe.

1. 9 Top Oil Paints Rated for the Serious Oil Painter

When you paint with the hippest and sexiest paints, then and only then are you truly kicking ass with your art.

2. 3 Color Palettes for the Serious Oil Painter

Are you one of those artists who have 37 colors in your paint box?  Please, please, read this article.  And then throw most of those ridiculous colors away!

3. 4 Keys to Understanding Alkyds in Oil Painting

Would you like a medium that has all the benefits of painting in oils with all the benefits of painting in acrylics?  Then charge into this article.

4. Do You Know About These 5 Oil Painting Health Risks?

You’re not going to be a sexy artist if you’re dead.   Reading this article could save your life.

5. Top 6 Ways to Create Texture in Oil Painting

Are you one of those painters who likes to lay it on thick?  Maybe you’re the next Jackson Pollock.

6. 3 Common Oil Painting Problems and How to Resolve Them

Have you ever had a painting to crack or turn yellow?  Read this to prevent it from happening next time.

7. 5 Ways to Create Great Abstract Paintings from Nature

Georgia O’Keeffe did it.  Willem de Kooning  did it.  Maybe you should do it, too.

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About Gary Bolyer Fine Art

I am a New York City-based landscape artist.
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One Response to Gary Bolyer’s Top 7 How-to-Paint Blogs

  1. Hi Gary,
    I have been reading your messages about “how to”…very nice! Thank you.
    My website has just been updated.
    greetings
    from Leiden( Rembrandt was born here ),
    Nicole.

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