Friday, March 15, 2013

Creative Painting Review from Jill Fitzhenry

Me!  Jillybean Fitzhenry
Our previous post on Creative Painting and our last eNewsletter mentioned Phyllis Gibbs' presence at the show in our booth.  Sadly, Phyllis was unable to attend at the last minute.  We missed her greatly and send our best to her.

We just returned from the Las Vegas Creative Painting Convention. It was so great to see many of you there. It was a very busy show with lots of demonstrating and classes going one. 


When I, Jillybean Fitzhenry, was demostrating, people most wanted to see how to use the Black Gold Fan-Dango brush for Santa beards and feathers, Whale's Tail brushes for palm trees and Glass Art Brushes for painting on wine glasses. Angle wave brushes for Zebra fur and pine needles were also of great interest. 

Deb Antonick demonstrating Palmers
Mark your calendar for next years Creative Painting Convention held at the Tropicana Las Vegas, NV and join in on all the fun. Information at: www.vegaspaint.com

Also of note, Dynasty's new Palmer brushes were a big hit when demonstrated by Deb Antonick in the FM Brush booth in Vegas. People loved the way she used the Bristle Palmers to do her quick and easy backgrounds as well as stippling snow and snowmen. 

Palmer Brushes are available in both Bristle and Synthetic, 1" and 2" and in a variety of styles. You'll love the way they fit so comfortably in your hand. Watch a short film clip on You Tube for more information.

Thank you to all the wonderful teachers that used Dynasty Brushes in their classes at the Vegas convention: Glenice Moore, Bill Bayer, and Christine Taylor-Leonard just to name a few! Glenice is shown here with her son Tim proudly holding her 1st place and best of show ribbons from a previous convention.

Glenice Moore & her son Tim
If you are a convention or travel teacher and would like to join our Dynansty family of artists, please contact me, Jillybean, for more information. (Click on my name below.)  We can help you with special teacher discounts on brushes for your classes and Pay for Publication articles. 


Sincerely,