Creative Catalyst Productions - Acrylic Painting: Mixed Media Flowers with Jean Pederson

Acrylic Painting: Mixed Media Flowers with Jean Pederson


Artist: Jean Pederson
Producer: North Light
SKU: 22-JP2d
Runtime: 85 mins
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Dive into techniques for painting mixed media flowers with Jean Pederson!


Do you want to explore new techniques in collage, interested in acrylic paint and painting techniques, and want to create abstract, mixed-media flower compositions?Then join Jean Pederson and discover the world of collage by creating abstract floral designs. Experiment with acrylic paint, gels, pastel, pencil and more create rich and colorful flowers. Perfect your brushwork skills as Jean shows you edge control, color mixing and layering. In addition, explore new bounds with creating texture and design with your brush in unconventional ways. Learn the essentials of proportion, composition, value and color to create the most aesthetically pleasing floral design. Jean will open your mind to new ideas and acrylic painting techniques that will forever leave a lasting impression and the thrill to create more!



  • Demonstrations of acrylic paint, gels, pastel, pencil and more
  • Step-by-step instructions for creating flower compositions
  • Outline of creation process to create the most developed piece of work


Acrylic Mediums
Gels: self-leveling, glass bead gel, fine pumice gel, gel medium
Soft Gloss
Fiber Paste
Gesso: white & black

Fluid Acrylic Paints
Variety of colors and transparencies/opacities

Cradled Ampersand board (can also use paper or canvas)

Hoghair or Nylon
Flats and rounds in a variety of sizes

Collage materials (transparent / semi-transparent acid-free papers, acrylic skins, mylar, watercolor papers, mechanical acid-free papers)
Mark-making tools (old cut credit cards, palette knives, sticks, pencils, colored pencils, watercolor crayons, pastels)
Palette (white, non stick)
Palette knife
Paper towels
Rubbing alcohol
Spray bottle
Water buckets