This is rather unusual art lesson from my personal teacher of fearless art – Tallulah Jade Rainbow. She just turned 4 in January and was painting in this style since she was 1. While observing her for 3 years I have learned to let go of my attachment to outcome, I learned to take risks, to play and be free. Although she is an abstract artist and I paint faces – principles of fearless art are the same. We share the same passion for stencils, especially StencilGirl Products, and hey – we are not getting paid to say that. We just love stencilling and that is the truth! I hope you enjoy this class and have fun creating!
Instructions for this class from Tallulah:
- Go large.
- Imagine a story.
- Play more.
- Get covered in paint.
- Sing and dance in between.
- Go for it.
- Really go for it.
- Never mind the outcome.
- Make lots of random marks.
- Accidents are always happy.
- Have fun!
- Don’t forget the stencils!
Old shoes and clothing to wear
Large canvas (the bigger the better)
Acrylics: heavy body and pourable
Acrylic spray inks
Stencils and stamp tools
Sponge, palette knife, brushes
Plastic cups and squeegee bottles to pour acrylics
Rag to wipe hands
Bucket with water to through in dirty tools during the process
Stencil used for this demonstration:
Stencils used for other artworks shown at the end of the video:
Tallulah Jade Rainbow Hamman in collaboration with her mother artist Annie Hamman are having a fun covered in paint online workshop on 29th of February 2016 “Fearless Expression.” More info here: http://anniehamman.com/workshops/