Painter Hitch – The best knot for lines, leashes & leads requiring quick release!

Painter Hitch – The best knot for lines, leashes & leads requiring quick release!

Alright so today on Repairs101 I�m going to show you how to tie a Painter Hitch which is an excellent quick release knot used for tying up leads or leashes or even the painter on your boat. There are a few ways to approach tying this knot. Overhand, underhand. On a rail or on a

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Meet Drawing & Painting student Susana Mingram

Meet Drawing & Painting student Susana Mingram

Hello, I’m Susana Mingram, and I’m on a first year of drawing and painting at OCAD University, and I’m from Mexico City. So I started with drawing with pencil, and then I eventually moved on to painting. But at the beginning, with my paintings, I was really restrained, but eventually over time, I became more

The Art and Science of (Home) Painting

The Art and Science of (Home) Painting

[In Malay] Abu: As painters we need to be willing to learn. Because sometimes customers can request for some complex designs. If my boss sends me any designs that someone has requested I will practise at my own house before going to (the person’s house). However, I only practise painting in green because that is

Artist Callum Innes – ‘I’m Curious About Colour’ | TateShots

Artist Callum Innes – ‘I’m Curious About Colour’ | TateShots

I’m Callum Innes. This is my studio in Edinburgh. This is, you could call it my office space but where I make drawings and watercolours, it’s clean, it’s meant to be tidy, but mainly I make the watercolours and, as I say, make drawings through here. And as we go through in here I have

Creative Arts at Deakin University

Creative Arts at Deakin University

Welcome to Creative Arts at Deakin University So the new course will involve greater collaboration across the four disciplines in art and performance. The boundaries between disciplines in recent years and into the future have really kind of been blurring a lot, and a lot of art practitioners will employ all kinds of ideas from

HARD TO START YOUR ART BACK UP? TRY THIS…

HARD TO START YOUR ART BACK UP? TRY THIS…

Hey, everyone, it’s Nicholas Wilton at Art2Life. Happy Sunday! I wanted to talk today about getting started in your art again, often because you’ve been away or maybe you’re just in between paintings. But I get this question a ton. It’s something we all struggle with, getting momentum back and keeping on going. So today

Jack Whitten: An Artist’s Life | Art21 “Extended Play”

Jack Whitten: An Artist’s Life | Art21 “Extended Play”

[sound of tools being sharpened] [“Jack Whitten: An Artist’s Life”] Now I find myself doing a type of painting where my hand doesn’t touch it. This is an adaptation of the artist’s palette. Okay. About ready to go. Each one of these carries information– it’s compressed into each one– because it relates so much to

Maggi Hambling – ‘Every Portrait is Like a Love Affair’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

Maggi Hambling – ‘Every Portrait is Like a Love Affair’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

Art came into my life as quite a shock. There was an art exam at school when I was 14 and I did nothing but flick paint at people and generally draw attention to myself, because I was deeply in love with the biology mistress who was invigilating the exam, and then I saw the