How to make marks in oil with Stefan Smit and Chris Valentine?
Oil colours are traditional? Not in the hands of artists Stefan Smit and Chris Valentine from Johannesburg. Meet them both while they create the 50th anniversary mural of the Hyde Park Hotel: the first large-scale oil mural in South Africa.
Besides classic tools such as brushes and palette knives, Stefan and Chris put a new spin on the application of oil by using squeegees, rollers, hands and tissue paper to create fresh and new marks. Why not try it yourself?
Georgian Oil Colour
Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colours are made from carefully selected permanent, organic pigments ensuring the highest standards of durability, reliability, lightfastness and working properties. These rich, low-odour colours can be used directly from the tube with brush or knife, or thinned to create the finest of glazes.VIEW
Georgian Oil Paper
Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Paper features an excellent surface for oil colour with a natural texture similar to canvas. It is able to absorb oil evenly while maintaining the brightness, intensity and shine of the painted colours.VIEW
Georgian Oil Diluents, Mediums and Varnishes
Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colour Varnishes, Mediums and Thinners provide all of the tools needed to continue creating easily. By its very nature, oil colour is incompatible with water and dissolves only in turpentine, white spirit or low-odour thinners.VIEW
Georgian Oil Brushes
Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Brushes feature extra-fine quality Chungking bristles, with a high percentage of natural flags for maximum colour holding and smooth flexible strokes. The Georgian Oil Brushes have been engineered to offer the best selection of brushes in the market for art students and professionals.VIEW
About the artist
Stefan Smit is a fine art artist living in South Africa who has worked for a variety of companies. His unique style has allowed him to work on a broad spectrum of projects.
Chris Valentine is an artist & illustrator from Johannesburg, South Africa. Chris has been nurturing a love for oil painting and street art in his years as an illustrator.