Snowy Owl Oil Painting Tutorial – By Artist, Andrea Kirk – The Art Chik

I’ve always been intrigued by the majestic beauty of Snowy Owls, and have wanted to paint one to enjoy for myself, as well as to share with all of you! In this complete, detailed tutorial, you will receive step-by-step instruction for drawing and painting this beautiful owl, and the gorgeous sunset in the background. So get out your painting supplies, and get ready to learn…because you won’t want to miss this one. Good luck my friends! 🎨👊🏼

Oil Paint Colors:
– Naples Yellow
– Titanium White
– Cadmium Yellow Pale
– Flesh Yellow
– Pale Pink
– Cadmium Barium Orange
– Raw Sienna
– Burnt Umber
– Burnt Sienna
– Alizarin Crimson
– Ivory Black
– Cerulean Blue
– Permanent Green Light
– Dioxizine Purple

My favorite brands:
Winsor & Newton, Grumbacher, Winton,
M. Grahm, Master’s Touch

Paint brushes I used:
– Loew-Cornell 2037 Round Brush, size: 10/0
– AIT Art Russian Sable Shader, size: 2
– AIT Art Russian Sable 3/0 Round Brush.
– Bright Creative Mark, Ebony Splendor #383, size: 10 (square brush)
– Bright Creative Mark, Ebony Splendor #383, size: 8
– Master’s Touch 5,000 Filbert, size: 6
– Winsor & Newton, Monarch Fan Brush, size: 6
– Master’s Touch 1.5” Flat Brush

Other supplies:
– Canvas (mine is 24×36”)
– Terra Cotta or Sienna Brown Prismacolor pencil
– Art Gum eraser
– Pallet knife (mine is “Reeves” brand)
– Masterson paint storage box
– Silicoil Cleaning Tank
– Turpentine Natural
– Paint pallet (or matte board wrapped in wax paper – easy way!)

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Music by: @kaden_kirk_public (Instagram)

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