In these sessions, we focused on the technique, Chiaroscuro (kee-AR-ə-SKOOR-oh) (Sub-titled “Fun with Tan (or toned) tiles). During the Renaissance period, a drawing technique called Chiaroscuro emerged in the fine art world. These types of drawings were done on subtly colored or toned paper, usually gray or tan. Using the paper as a neutral starting point, the artist would then use white pencil or paint to work towards light or to create highlights and then use black ink and graphite to work towards dark or create shading, also creating a 3D look.
Please enjoy the AMAZING works below!!
The replays of these sessions are available to Tangle Addicts Club members and those that paid for the class individually. Click HERE if you would like to purchase the replays or contact me (Heather@tangleaddicts.com).
What an AMAZING time!! Thanks to everyone that sent pictures in or posted on the Tangle Addicts Community Facebook group!! It’s nice to see the work up close. TRULY, TRULY, AMAZING work!!! Click on any picture to enlarge. (Send me your work and I’ll add it!)
Thanks to everyone that joined in on the fun!!! I will add pictures as I receive them, check back by clicking the title of the blog so you see it from the site.
Heather Hartwick Gladden, CZT 20