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E-PAINTING PATTERN- Acrylic - White Iris by Sharon Hamilton, MDA

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E-PAINTING PATTERN- Acrylic - White Iris by Sharon Hamilton, MDA


White Iris- This is the first in the series of 12"x12" paintings that Sharon Hamilton, MDA has designed using the classical Flemish techniques used by the Old Dutch Masters to develop the painting.  Eight photos are included showing lots of details for the various stages including the imprimatura, umber layers, dead layers and glazing layers.  All of which create this stunning iris with lots of depth and luminosity.



 Painted with DecoArt Traditions Artists Acrylics:

Burnt Umber (PBr7)
Carbon Black (PBk7)
Dark Grey Value 3 (PBk7 + PW6)
Hansa Yellow Light (PY3)
Indian Yellow (PY139)
Light Grey Value 8 (PBk7 + PW6)
Medium Grey Value 6 (PBk7 + PW6)
Napthol Red (PR170)
Phthalo Blue (PB15)
Perinone Orange (PO43)
Quinacridone Violet (PV122)
Raw Umber (PBr7)
Titanium White (PW6)
Ultramarine Blue (PB29)
Vermillion (PR9 + PY74)
Warm White (PW6)
Yellow Deep (PY139 + PBr7BS)
Yellow Oxide (PY42)


DecoArt Traditions Mediums:

Extender & Blending Medium (DATM02)
Glazing Medium (DATM01)
Light Primer (DATM07) (or Gesso)
Texture Medium (DATM06) (or Modeling Paste)
Multi-Surface Sealer (DATM03)
Satin Varnish (DATM04)





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  • 5
    I love Flemish

    Posted by Margo on 24th Jul 2015

    I really got into Flemish after I watched Sharon's pear class in issue 1006 magazine (a must-have issue). That particular class was an absolute eye opener, and it also gave me confidence that I can finish this pattern without any video. Great instructions in this pattern, everything is shown really well, and the quality of pictures is very good! I'd love more patterns in Flemish. The extra time you spend painting Flemish is so worth the stunning results. Thank you so much for this wonderful pattern!

  • 5
    a new learning curve

    Posted by Irene Flissinger on 12th Jun 2015

    I have been doing this technique in oils for some time, but found the waiting frustrating. This is a brilliant option. Can't wait to give it a go.

  • 5
    Outstanding lesson!

    Posted by Sharon McDonald - UK on 13th Mar 2012

    Excellent lesson. I painted this and framed it for my living room!

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