Scenic artists at The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta shared how they used Rosco Flexbond to create large-scale papier-mâché scenery for a production.
Scenic Artist Tessa Broyles takes on the “Anything But A Paintbrush” challenge to paint landscape scenery using a variety of painting tools & Rosco Paints.
Whether you’re a student or a professional scenic painter – all artists can use Rosco’s new Scenic Sets to experiment and hone their craft.
Scenic Artist Tammy Honesty explains the process she used to paint a 3D-printed replica of Florence, Italy’s famous “Liberty of Poetry” statue for an exhibit at the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum.
It’s hard to find a wide-width wood graining tool. So, when Scenic Artist Terra Writz needed to paint 6-in planks for a faux parquet floor – she made her own. Then she shared her process with us!
Scenic Artist Tim Parati used Rosco Invisible Blue Fluorescent Paint to create large, glowing scenery for a production of “Pete The Cat” at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.
Rosco’s Jenny Knott and Scenic Artist and Historian, Wendy Waszut-Barrett, taught a scenic painting workshop at CITT that merged historical scene painting techniques with modern materials.
Scenic Artist, Jamie Clausius, shares her rediscovery of schlepitchka – and other inventive scenic art techniques – for a backdrop project she painted for Tobins Lake Studios.
Scenic Artist, Gabriel Barrera created his ScenicG Workshops to instruct scenic art techniques to underrepresented communities. Gabriel describes a few of his techniques & shares some of his students’ results.
Scenic Artist Mikah Berky explains how Rosco Supersaturated Scenic Paint enabled her paint crew at Oregon Shakespeare Festival to paint a large backdrop on China Silk for a production of “The Wiz.”