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acrylic paint

A synthetic, quick-drying paint that can be used in thick, heavy layers or thin washes on most surfaces. Additives can be used to provide matt or gloss finishes.
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Noun1.acrylic paint - used especially by artistsacrylic paint - used especially by artists    
paint, pigment - a substance used as a coating to protect or decorate a surface (especially a mixture of pigment suspended in a liquid); dries to form a hard coating; "artists use `paint' and `pigment' interchangeably"
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When I introduce my students to their first acrylic painting lesson, I reiterate all that they have learned thus far in the semester, and remind them how important it is to draw what you see ...
Acrylic Works 2: Radical Breakthroughs features paintings for well over a hundred modern artists, and excels in profiling radical techniques and possibilities in this second volume of The Best of Acrylic Painting. It offers plenty of insights on not only the artists and their approaches, but particular paintings selected for this volume, considering what's different, what works, and why.
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Using the artwork of John James Audubon as inspiration, students will complete an acrylic painting of a bird.
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Between 2pm and 3pm, there will be a pastel demonstration at Evergreens followed by acrylic painting between 3.30pm and 4.30pm, with Robert Richardson, at Gallery 71.
Other pieces include Albert White's acrylic painting of a Mohawk steelworker and Beverly DeCoteau-Carusona's piece, "The Dream Catcher." A dream catcher is a web placed near a bed in the hope that bad dreams will become entangled in theweb and good dreams will slip through.