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Acrylic Paint On Furniture
- acrylic: used especially by artists
- Acrylic paint is fast drying paint containing pigment suspension in polymer emulsion. Acrylic paints can be diluted with water, but become water-resistant when dry.
- Any water-based paint having its pigments or dyes bound in an acrylic resin emulsion. Once dry, acrylic paint forms a tough, flexible film that is resistant to water. These types of paints are often used for silkscreening and screen printing, and for hand painted signs.
- Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.
- Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
- furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
- Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
- A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking
- Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working
acrylic paint on furniture - Van Gogh
Van Gogh STARRY NIGHT ON THE RHONE Acrylic Painting Kit 12 X 16
Post Impressionist art kit inspired by the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh - 12x16. Famous Art Kits are designed so that ANYONE can paint beautiful pictures inspired by famous artists- you will be amazed at the results even if you have no painting experience. All of our kits are attractively packaged and labeled. Our kits are NOT PAINT BY NUMBER kits- but, the finished painting looks just like our advertising pictures. In this kit the accurate drawing of the scene is all done for you on a genuine artist's CANVAS, and then tack mounted onto a piece of foam core art board to make it ready for your frame. The acrylic paints and quality artist brushes are provided. Most of the acrylic colors are premixed- any color mixing is done right on the picture. The instructions are comprehensive, yet easy to follow. There are NO NUMBERS on the preprinted canvas, instead there are color pictures showing each step of the painting. You will build your painting from the ground up, one color at a time. Your finished painting will look just like the advertising picture- not like a paint by number. These kits can be painted by beginners if they can follow directions and control a brush and contain everything you need to finish the painting successfully. You will be actually learning to paint with acrylics. When Vincent Van Gogh spent the summer and autumn of 1886 in Paris, he created more than 30 remarkable images of flowers in vases, including POPPIES, to help him harness his discovery of color and neo-Impressionist theory. Impoverished and unacknowledged during his lifetime, Van Gogh, is one of the most influential artists of the last century. Our kits are made in the USA by artists for artists! What our customers are saying: The painting from Famous Arts Kits made me feel like a true professional artist. There are detailed instructions and the picture is outlined, so it's virtually impossible to mess up. The end result was magnificent!
My first furniture rehab experience
Wish I'd thought to take a before photo- it had a beige speckled finish, but it was free and had great lines. At first, I tried to lightly sand, then spray primer and paint. For some reason, it did NOT work out. The paint kept bubbling and peeling. Finally, I gave it a mother sanding job and just brushed paint on. Two coats and we were good to go. I spray-painted the hardware with the oil-brushed bronze metallic spray paint, and mod-podged fabric on the front panels (2 coats followed by a spray acrylic sealant). It's definitely not perfect, but I'm pleased as punch. I would like to eventually put some glass hardware on, but wanted to keep cost down. The cost, by the way, was my favorite part of this project: nghtstand=free (generous neighbor) paint=free (left in our basement by former owners) fabric=scraps I had in my collection (but was originally super-discounted, deco fabric for 3.50$/yd) Spray paint and sandpaper= $10
"Time Warp", An Original Painting on Canvas ~ Sold.
This is an original, one of a kind painting. It is brand new for 2006, but, like the name suggests, it has a retro vintage look. Hang it With: Danish Modern Furniture or Any Midcentury Modern or Eames Era Furniture; it would look wonderful with any of the mid century modern classics- Knoll, Panton, Mies Van Der Rohe, Saarinen...OR hang it with Contemporary furniture...a leather couch...suede furniture...a platform bed...it's actually a very versatile painting. Colors: Chocolate Brown; Drab Olive Green (Could also be described as Army Green or a Dark Sage Green- it is a really grayed down, brownish green color); Plum Purple; Beige; Khaki; Tan; Neutral; Natural. The colors may not appear accurately on your monitor. If you need to know the exact colors in the painting, I can provide you with pantone numbers. This painting has been sold.
acrylic paint on furniture
This 16"x72" original painting by Jason Wincuinas is painted on reclaimed salvage wood using durable polyvinyl acrylic paints. Jason's works are typically explorations in color and texture and are derived more from the traditions of interior design than fine art. "pour blue" is a cascade of blue and white pigments that has a powerful sense of flow. It is like a still life of a waterfall, capturing the blur and energy of motion in a frozen moment. This piece is an excellent decor item to add to a living room or entryway where a bold statement in style or color is desired. For use in Feng Shui this original artwork can be used as a water element to enhance wealth or as a wood element to promote creative energies. The painting is signed and dated on the back by the artist.