Q: Peter..thank you for all your work....I watch with interest on each video...could you add more comments as you go..if possible.....? Many thanks, Michael..UK
A: Absolutely I will. Thank you very much for your interest in my abstract art video lesson!
Q: Hi Peter Tank you for share your work it is very interesting. Please advice if I want to download your lessons how do I do that is it possible if I pay for 60 or 90 days or how do I do it and if I would like to have a lesson on a CD about 10 paintings how do I pay you do you sent it to my address and I pay when it arrives or how is best to do it I have paintings I would like to have your lesson on. :1. No obstacles2. Elegant touch3.Defined silence4.Abstract composition5. River tone6. Sailing through time7.Pure Game8. Shining Day9. Blue DimensionsThose are 9 lessons How much would it cost I will be in Orlando Florida. Thank you very much Gerur
A: Dear Gerur, thank you so much for your interest in my abstract art painting video lessons. I have attached a screen shot for you to see all the options that are available. As far as uploading files on the CD at the moment it is temporarily unavailable. If you should have any other questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me at any time. Thank you again for your interest!
Q: hi i loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee your work wow
A: Thank you so much for your feedback :)
Q: Hi Pete my name is Tia and I have recently started painting again as i used to paint alot but have been travelling the world and focussing more on phtography. I know have a studio and am painting again slowly. I do mostly pour painings and some oil paintings but i am starting to get into more contemporary abstract. Do you mix all your paint with water first at a 30 percent level or more and if so when you paint do you paint over your camvas or do you use an easle As it looks a bit messy similar to pour painting in some parts. When you use the spatula is it with mixed paint and water as would that not run all over the place Thanks Love your work. :
A: Thank you for your questions Tia. For the first question about mixing paint with water I usually use give or take 30/70 30/60 ratios. As far as mixing paint with spatula, I usually do not premix the paint. It goes straight out of the jars. Most of my paintings are either done on table, floor, or hanged vertical on the wall when I paint. Thanks again for your questions and best of luck to you!
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