Tiny Cake in Oil Paints
Let them paint cake! Ashley shows us how she uses a tiny painting, or "thumbnail" to familiarize herself with her subject before working on a larger more complex painting. Tiny paintings are a great way to warm up, explore new concepts or ideas, and get in extra practice as they are fast and fun to make!
Meet your instructor
Ashley Glazier is an artist based in Provo, Utah. In between painting at the studio, she loves to spend time exploring the beautiful state she gets to call home. “I have always been drawn to still-life paintings. I believe there is something to be felt and seen about the inanimate objects we are surrounded by everyday. Some of these objects are menial and routine, yet others we instill great meaning. In each painting I try to show the quiet intricate beauty these objects have to offer us. ”
2017 | Brigham Young University, BFA Illustration, Provo, UT
2022 | Camouflage won 5th Place in the Still Life Category, Portrait Society of America 2022 Member’s Only Competition
2022 | Finalist in the 16th Annual International Art Renewal Center Salon
2022 | Semi-Finalist in the 16th Annual International Art Renewal Center Salon
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