DEMONSTRATION: Kathleen Conover
toning the surface in inventive ways
To create an environment that tantalizes the creative juices, begin by toning the surface in inventive ways. There are many ways in which a working surface can be made more expressive. Explore materials and techniques outside your creative repertoire to jump-start your process and approach. In this demonstration, artist Kathleen Conover uses monoprinting, dripping, collage, custom stamping and painting to enliven her work.
140-lb. (300gsm) hot-pressed watercolor paper: 22" × 30" (56cm × 76cm)
White tissue paper
Craft foam: 1/8" (3mm)
Clear transparency film
Acrylic paint: Quinacridone Gold and Red Oxide ...