Look what one of our students made in our vintage window art workshop – inspired by Edgar Miller! We love it, Jennifer. Thank you for sharing.
Jennifer’s Process – After she took the window home, she scraped of the excess glue with a razor blade then covered the back of the glass with a very thin layer of Liquitex acrylic “interference gold” that was picked up at a local art supply store. Once it was mostly dry (but not completely), she painted over it with a matte blue acrylic. The result was some subtle gold streaking that offers a little shimmer and masks any unevenness in the solid blue.