Liquitex New Heavy Body Colours with Jimmy Leslie

March 29, 2022


When: Tuesday March 29th at 11:00 am

Liquitex New Heavy Body Colours!

Liquitex has added 12 exciting new colors to their range of Heavy Body Acrylics! 

Color informs so much of what we do as artists and in this demo, Resident artist Jimmy Leslie will work on a painting while sharing his experiments with mixing the new colors and his palette knife painting studies.  You can work along with Jimmy and ask questions about process, choosing subject matter, anything acrylic related and of course, color. 

Jimmy will also discuss the use of mediums and how the Heavy Body range differs from other Liquitex acrylic ranges so you can choose what best suits your painting process.






Material List

Liquitex Heavy Body New Colors: (Coming Soon)

Light Bismuth Yellow

Light Phthalocyanine Green


Transparent Orange

Iridescent Rose Gold

Iridescent Black

Fluorescent Yellow

Fluorescent Orange

Fluorescent Red

Fluorescent Pink

Fluorescent Blue

Fluorescent Green

Winsor & Newton oil/acrylic pad 9×12”

Liquitex Palette Knife – #6

Liquitex Satin Gel Medium

Liquitex Satin Fluid Medium


Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Artist Bio:

Jimmy Leslie is painter, former college art professor and currently Resident Artist for the fine art brands Liquitex and Winsor & Newton.  Jimmy also directs The Fine Art Collective education program for the brands in North America and works with the marketing team on assets related to new product development.  His paintings have been exhibited across the United States and reside in collections in the US and UK.

Of his personal work Jimmy says, “I am constantly trying to achieve simplicity in my paintings which continues to be a lifelong challenge”.  When teaching, Jimmy enjoys sharing the process of that challenge and seeking ways in which he can convey information to students in a clear and concise manner that helps them overcome stumbling blocks.

Instagram: @jimmyleslieart

March 29, 2022
11:00 am