Janet Plantinga

Janet Plantinga

Janet Plantinga
Meer ideeën van Janet
black -  nigerian woman - Lilian Wessels - Oseye - Happy - ceramic - sculpture

black - nigerian woman - Lilian Wessels - Oseye - Happy - ceramic - sculpture

Sketching near The Potmarge - Janet Plantinga Art

Sketching near The Potmarge - Janet Plantinga Art

CitraSolv & stencils over National Geographic BalzerDesigns guest blogger tutorial. Fashion Mags (better quality ones) would also be interesting to them use as mixed media, or with encaustic.

CitraSolv & stencils over National Geographic BalzerDesigns guest blogger tutorial. Fashion Mags (better quality ones) would also be interesting to them use as mixed media, or with encaustic.

Golden Kouwe faart, 30 x 30 cm, acrylics on 3D canvas with 23,75 karat gold leaf FOR SALE - Janet Plantinga Art

Golden Kouwe faart, 30 x 30 cm, acrylics on 3D canvas with 23,75 karat gold leaf FOR SALE - Janet Plantinga Art

Golden sunset, 25 x 25 cm acrylics on board with 23,75 karat gold leaf FOR SALE - Janet Plantinga Art

Golden sunset, 25 x 25 cm acrylics on board with 23,75 karat gold leaf FOR SALE - Janet Plantinga Art

Golden angel, 24 x 30 cm, acrylics on mdf with 23,75 karat gold leaf FOR SALE - Janet Plantinga Art

Golden angel, 24 x 30 cm, acrylics on mdf with 23,75 karat gold leaf FOR SALE - Janet Plantinga Art

Painting Sunset Goutum by Janet Plantinga, 40 x 50 cm, acrylics on panel

Painting Sunset Goutum by Janet Plantinga, 40 x 50 cm, acrylics on panel

Rediscover Suminagashi: An Ancient Japanese Painting Technique Suminagashi, which literally means "ink floating" is an ancient Japanese technique of painting on water. The ink or paint is then transferred to paper or another absorbent material and allowed to dry. This technique is often referred to as "marbling", as well as Ebru. These days, you can use inks, acrylics, oils, and even nail polish with this painting technique to create truly interesting and unexpected results!

Rediscover Suminagashi: An Ancient Japanese Painting Technique Suminagashi, which literally means "ink floating" is an ancient Japanese technique of painting on water. The ink or paint is then transferred to paper or another absorbent material and allowed to dry. This technique is often referred to as "marbling", as well as Ebru. These days, you can use inks, acrylics, oils, and even nail polish with this painting technique to create truly interesting and unexpected results!

40 Ways to Stay Creative

40 Ways to Stay Creative

Card game, gouache and ink, A4 - Janet Plantinga Art

Card game, gouache and ink, A4 - Janet Plantinga Art