How I Painted Dainty Bess: How I Mixed the Pinks

No Doubt About It. . Mixing Pink Paint Is A Chore! For  the flower part of Dainty  Bess, I used the following of the Golden Heavy Body Acrylics from the charts above: 1.Quinacridone Red 2. Quinacridone Magenta 3′ Quinacridone Violet 4. Ultramarine Violet 5.  Cerulean Blue Chromium 6. Cobalt Blue 7. A Tiny Tad of Light…

Color Chart for Golden Acrylic Paints

Several people have asked me to offer a class about how I paint with acrylics, and most of those people are primarily impressed with how I use color. Today, I have begun putting that class together, and my first step is to show you most of the Golden acrylic paint colors and how I group…

Who Is Jacki Kellum? and Why?

“I am part of all that I have met.” – Tennyson – Many years ago, I read Tennyson’s words about how life’s experiences become the core of who we are, and today, as I look squarely at the age of 71, I can validate that I truly am a product of the life that I…

How Many Hours Does It Take to Create A 1-Hour Painting and Why?

Yesterday, I posted images of my 1-Hour painting Lilies, and within minutes someone asked me how much that this painting would cost. Lilies – Jacki Kellum Acrylic Painting Created in 1 Hour I came back with the price of $300, and I could almost hear jaws drop. “What? $300 for 1 hour of work?” Well,…