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Artists Palette - No 151 FEATURES * Back to School and University - Our guide highlights what materials and equipment are now availablefor artists of all levels of experience. INSIGHTS * Gordon Hanley The world’s only metalpoint artist to be granted the accolade of “Living Master” by the USA-based Art Renewal Centre. * Barbara Duke A landscape artist with a strong spiritual connection to nature and the environment, this artist thrives on painting a wide variety of subjects and styles. * Teresa Franks - Teresa Franks is an artist, illustrator and qualified graphic designer, specialising in Airbrushing Art and Drawing. * Pamela Pretty - Attracted to subjects with strong light emanating from them, this artist is currently focused on creating multi-layered pastel paintings. * Salvador Medina - Salvador Medina is an Australian impressionist. He applies the technique and style of free-flowing brushstrokes and palette knife on the canvas. DEMONSTRATIONS * Metalpoint – First Light - Metalpoint is the art of drawing with a metal rod or wire directly on to a specially prepared surface. By Gordon Hanley. * Oils – Plein Air at Rushworth - Barbara Duke took along her materials and set up across the road from the Post Office. * Airbrushing – Red - Airbrushing has become one of Teresa Franks great loves, and she misses it when she doesn’t get a chance to paint every day. * Pastels – Golden Reflection - This subject is a beautiful scene photographed at a bend in the Murray River in the Echuca area of Victoria. By Pamela Pretty. * Oils – Wangka Maya Dance - The Kimberley Indigenous Aboriginal people performing a ceremonial dance. By Salvador Medina.

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