Cheryl Hunt round

Cheryl Hunt, a fellow FFB member, created a video to bring you a step-by-step Shiva Stick technique tutorial. Her pieces are pictured below - it is truly a treat to see her creations.

The best way to get started is to just go ahead and experiment. You can find Cheryl at CeCe Restyled.


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a : emphasis laid on a part of an artistic design or composition
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Cheryl Hunt Online:

CeCe ReStyled

Step 1 - Prep, paint and apply topcoat to your piece.

Step 2 - Peel off just enough of the film cover to expose the oil paint stick.

Step 3 - Draw with the Shiva Stick onto the area you want covered and lightly smooth with your fingers, lint free cloth or a brush.

Step 3 - Allow to dry at least 24 hours.

Cheryl Hunt is a furniture artist residing in the Midwest. Her background and education is in fine art and graphic design. She has experimented with mixed media art since a young age, and has since combined her love of art along with furniture. Always striving to learn new techniques and products, her love of learning extends to her furniture flipping endeavors.

"I have been really feeling colorful lately. I get the image in my head of how I want something to look, but ultimately, it's the feeling that happens while I am painting that determines the outcome. If that feels right...well then, I know it will turn out all right.”

- Cheryl Hunt