This painting is the second in a series of iceflowers. I did not record the painting process from the first painting. At that time I had not produced any videos yet. However, I have a section called Portfolio Art Series on my website. There you will find both paintings of this series as well as other started or completed series. Back to this painting. It is to convey to the viewer, he would look through a frozen window in a dark winter landscape. If the windowpane is very cold from both sides, and the air outside is very cold and humid, iceflowers will form. However, this effect is rarely seen, because the windows are so well insulated nowadays. I am not satisfied with the canvas by Fredrix at all. I often try other products, but that was really a bad buy. I had to apply several coats of gesso and smoothen the surface with sandpaper. In addition, the linen is very thin.



There is also another channel, where I show coloring videos.



– canvas by Fredrix from the series Red Label, 50,8 x 40,60 cm, rough surface, cotton, preprimed

– gesso by Gerstaecker

– small water spray bottle + big water spritzer bottle

– acrylic paints by Reeves in Payne`s Grey and Mars Black

– acrylic paint by ProArt in Cyan Blue

– acrylic paint by Amsterdam from the series Expert in White

– flat synthetic brush by Crelando No. 12

– acrylic binder by Gerstaecker

– gloss gel by Aquatec

– pastel pencil by Kooh-I-Noor Hardtmuth from the series Gioconda in White

– painting knife by Gerstaecker (plastic)

– liner brush by Daler-Rowney No. 1



Video production – Doreen Gehrke

Music – Away In A Manger by Audionautix YouTube Audio Library