A term that refers to the use of more than one type of medium to create a work of art. It is important for mixed media artists to choose a solid foundation and allow ample time for drying between layers to uphold the integrity of the work. Mixed media is often experimental so it is important to purchase mixed media works that have had time to dry to avoid any unwanted cracking or peeling that may come through in the drying process.
A paint type where pigments are mixed in an oil, often linseed. Oil paint dries slowly and some art techniques exploit this to build up mixed and layered colors within the work. Oils have been the principal medium for paintings since the 15th century.
Neo-Cubism describes a revived form of Cubism, the highly influential art movement which began around 1907 and popularized by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Neo-Cubism retains Cubism's multifaceted perspective while injecting the modernism, abstraction, abstract expressionism, and post-modernism that was borne from Cubism. Emillions artist, Alain Beraud, calls his painting style Neo-Cubisme, his homage to the 20th century masters of Cubism.
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Alain Beraud continues in a Neo-Cubist landscape that is derived from his extensive travels in Asia and Africa. Beraud both reveres and celebrates the turn-of-the-century art from that launched most of the modern art and design movements of the twentieth century: art deco, modernism, abstract, dadaism, and futurism. Cubism would influence art, music, architecture, design, […]