Liquitex Inks with Jimmy Leslie
October 18, 2021
When: Oct 18, 2021 @ 11am (1.5hr demo)
Join Jimmy Leslie, Resident Artist and Director of the Liquitex Fine Art Collective Education program for some Inktober fun when he shares tons of information about the 20 NEW Liquitex Acrylic Ink colors! Jimmy will show you the different ways that you can incorporate pen and brush & ink techniques into your own work. Jimmy will also discuss how you can alter Liquitex Acrylic Inks with mediums to create thicker paint applications that fit your painting needs. This will be a great opportunity to pick Jimmy’s brain on all things acrylic so come with questions in mind.
Jimmy’s Materials List
Coming soon to Opus: 20 new Liquitex Inks: I won’t actually use all of these during the time because there won’t be time. Instead, I’ll show dried examples of all and then use some key colors.
- Bismuth Yellow
- Yellow Deep
- Yellow Orange
- Bright Orange
- Naphthol Red Light
- Perylene Maroon
- Rubine Red
- Prism Violet
- Phthalocyanine Blue Red Shade
- Hooker’s Green Hue Permanent
- Iridescent Rose Gold
- Fluorescent Yellow
- Fluorescent Orange
- Fluorescent Red
- Fluorescent Pink
- Fluorescent Blue
- Fluorescent Green
Brushes – from our sister brand Winsor & Newton I’ll use the new synthetic watercolour brushes: Rigger size #3 and Flat One Stroke ¼”
Surfaces – I’ll use my sketchbook which is 3.5 X 5.5” called Handbook by Global Art Materials. I’ll also use the Winsor & Newton 9X12” mixed media pad.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Jimmy Leslie is painter, former college art professor and currently Resident Artist for the fine art brands Liquitex and Winsor & Newton. Jimmy also directs The Fine Art Collective education program for the brands in North America and works with the marketing team on assets related to new product development. His paintings have been exhibited across the United States and reside in collections in the US and UK.
Of his personal work Jimmy says, “I am constantly trying to achieve simplicity in my paintings which continues to be a lifelong challenge”. When teaching, Jimmy enjoys sharing the process of that challenge and seeking ways in which he can convey information to students in a clear and concise manner that helps them overcome stumbling blocks.
Follow Jimmy on Instagram @jimmyleslieart