I am on cloud 9! We've just completed day-2 of our FearLESS abstract painting workshop at the University of Utah. What transpired during this workshop is nothing short of "magic'.
Happy day! My commissioned painting (6 feet x 8 feet) for Mountain America Credit Union is finally finished!
At the moment, it is on route to Alpine Art & Frame where it will receive a gorgeous, dark walnut frame. From there, it will travel to Mountain America corporate headquarters in Sandy, Utah where it will be installed on the main floor. Stay tuned for the installation photos! A huge thank you to Alpine Art & Frame, Method Studios and Mountain America Credit Union.
Student Question: Hi Samantha. I am registered in your workshop in Red Deer, Canada. I am wondering what type of gel medium and moulding paste we need? Light, medium or heavy? Also, what type of gold leaf powders do you use? I also like metallic leaf. Is there opportunity to use gold leaf? Can we use fluid acrylics rather then tube?
Day One of my first Fearless Abstract Painting Workshop at the University of Utah. I am so grateful to have the opportunity to share my passion for painting with my new community. Thank you for trusting me, and for giving this newbie a chance to do what I love: empowering artists through art making. Join me back at The U on December 7 for an entire workshop on how to make your own mediums. Fearless DIY!!
Happy day! I am honoured to have been selected to participate in the Summer Group Show at 15th Street Gallery. Many thanks to the family & friends who attended the event.
You spoke and we listened. Due to an overwhelming number of requests, we're offering a second 2-day Fearless Abstract Painting workshop at Swinton's Art Supply in Calgary, Canada this summer. You asked for a sign. This is it! Sign up by following the link bellow:
http://www.swintonsart.com/index.php/instruction/workshops/item/fearless-abstract-acrylic-painting-workshop-2020 SOLD OUT
2019 daSilva Fine Art Exhibition Schedule Announcement
This blog was created to share my belief that the art making process can be a vehicle for empowerment.
I am living proof.