Rejected! How To Make Beautiful Art With Your Inferior Paintings.

Robert Joyner, Strive To Become An Artist - Not A Painter

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6 Videos (23m)
    • Introduction

      0:56
    • Intro To rejects & doodles

      3:16
    • Part 1

      5:41
    • Part 2

      5:24
    • Part 3

      1:16
    • Part 4

      6:27

About This Class

In this class I will introduce you to one of my favorite expressive painting techniques - Rejects! Yes, I create plenty of bad art simply because I tend to really go for it. Painting trite & boring art just isn't in my DNA. So, that attitude and approach certainly has it's drawbacks and one of them is bad art. But I never throw the rejects away. Instead, I use them as a beginning for the next painting. This is a fabulous & creative technique that really adds plenty of expressive & abstract qualities to my work.

Who Is This Class For?

Anyone that likes to create & think unconventionally. This approach is suitable for all levels and will certainly add a layer of creativity to your arsenal of techniques.

Here Is The Finished Art From The Demonstration

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Love this!
great demo, I'll be replaying this a lot, thanks.
AMAZING!!!!

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Robert Joyner

Strive To Become An Artist - Not A Painter

Full time paintslinger from Richmond, Virginia specializing in acrylic & mixed media paintings. Best known for my signature loose brushwork and carefree approach to creating abstract style artwork.

Bragging Rights

  • Official Artist 2012 Kentucky Derby
  • Arlington Horse Race Track Chicago
  • National Pastime Baseball Museum
  • Art On Carnival Cruise Ships
  • 555 Fahrenheit Restaurants
  • Art on sitcom Modern Family
  • Artwork on sitcom The Odd Couple
  • Artwork in movie Tracers
  • 2013 Mixed Media Instructor Strathmore Papers
  • Shenton Valley Vineyards Wine Label
  • Art in Polo Resort – upscale hotel In Hong Kong

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