Chris Tells Her Story
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Chris Schwartz tells her story.
I believe your art should tell your story of who you are and what you love, and that you should create whatever brings you happiness and fills your spirit. I was born to create and making art brings me great joy. I couldn't wait to begin my black and white art because this is a color combination that I don't usually work with and I knew that I would add some blues for a pop of color. I started laying down paint, mixing colors, and having so much fun painting, building layers, stenciling, and mixing everything up.
Here is one of my favorite art techniques: Drop, Drip, and Splatter! Splattering pulls everything together and adds more depth to your art piece. To splatter, I like to water down my acrylic paint to a thin consistency, apply some paint to my round brush, and then tap the brush with another brush to produce full little drips, drops, and splatters.