Explore the many facets of the plastic and visual arts
Discover the many facets of the visual and plastic arts, from creations on paper to fascinating sculptures. Explore artistic expression through painting, drawing, collage,ceramics and more. Let your imagination run wild and immerse yourself in a world where every gesture can become a work of art.
Learn to communicate through your artistic creations
Dive into the language of colours and learn to communicate through your artistic creations. Every colour carries a meaning and emotion, whether it’s the passionate red, the soothing blue or the energising yellow. By understanding the shades and combinations, you can express feelings, convey messages and create works that captivate and move. Explore this powerful visual language and bring your ideas to life with colour. For inspiring artwork, visit www.estades.com.
Different techniques for unique creations
Discover different artistic techniques to bring unique creations to life. From acrylic painting to clay sculpture, explore methods such as collage, watercolour, charcoal drawing and much more. Let your imagination run wild.
The beauty of watercolour
4 famous portraits from the History of Art
Discover 4 famous portraits that have marked the History of Art. From the enigmatic smile of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to the majestic beauty of Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl, immerse yourself in the intensity of the captivating looks of Van Gogh and Rembrandt. Explore these unforgettable masterpieces.
Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci
The Girl with the Pearl, Johannes Vermeer
American Gothic, Grant Wood
Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhrol
The Secrets of the Masters: The Colours!
Discover the secrets of the Masters of colour palettes. Explore the subtle use of hues, contrasts and colour harmonies in iconic works of art history. From the vibrant tones of Matisse to the delicate shades of Monet, delve into the world of colour and learn how to master it to create visually stunning designs.
How to sign your painting?
When it comes to signing your painting, it is important to choose a method that suits your artistic style. Some artists prefer a discreet signature in the lower right-hand corner, while others prefer a bolder signature that is integrated into the composition. Whichever approach you choose, make sure your signature is legible and complements your work harmoniously, adding a final touch to your painting.