Annie Sloan's Painter in Residence programme is loosely based on the way an art gallery or museum will, from time to time, have an ‘artist in residence’ to inhabit those places as a way to get inspired to create their own works inside or outside the venue. Our artist's creations use the many products of Annie Sloan including Chalk Paint®.
After reading my book Colour Recipes for Painted Furniture and More, Abigail and Ryan (of Abigail*Ryan) were inspired by my technique to create a limed-oak look, using Chalk Paint® to create 'transparent colour'.
Our Australian Painter in Residence, Beau Ford painted this console table in an ombre effect. This is where the painted is gradually shaded from One colour to another. Here Greek Blue gradually changes to Provence on the legs in particular.
Alex Russell Flint / Annie Sloan / Painters in Residence
Make your own Chalk Paint® concrete pots, with Annie Sloan's Painter in Residence, Hester van Overbeek! This easy step by step guide will show you how to mould, make and paint your own mini planters, to fill with succulents and cacti.
Crackle Varnish Our Japanese Painter in Residence, Hanayuishi Takaya, a designer and artist, who specialises in making headdresses. The work is inspired by a prize Koi with amazing markings. Painted and crackle varnished with Annie Sloan products
Paint in Residence Tim Gould started this bold, Mexican-folk-art inspired…
Annie Sloan Painter in Residece Hester van Overbeek made these mini concrete pots and planted them with cacti and succulents. She painted them with random strokes of Chalk Paint® pastel colours, like this pink version. Click the link to make them yourself!
Very excited to announce the first project from my latest Painter in Residence, Hester van Overbeek. Known for working with concrete, she has made these beautiful, painterly planters by hand, adding gorgeous pops of Chalk Paint® here and there. They're perfect as a gift and so easy and fun to do!
Annie Sloan Painter in Residece Hester van Overbeek made these mini concrete pots and planted them with cacti and succulents. She painted them with random strokes of Chalk Paint® pastel colours. Click the link to make them yourself!
Nursery wardrobe hack by Painter in Residence Hester van Overbeek! She has upcycled this display cabinet by adding IKEA table legs and painting in Chalk Paint® in a mix of Paris Grey and Graphite. The windows are decorated with confetti polka dots of Chalk Paint® in yellows, blues, and oranges.
This rustic bench was created from an old reclaimed door by Annie Sloan’s Painter in Residence, Hester van Overbeek! The bench is painted with Chalk Paint® in Pure and the edges are lined with Amsterdam Green. The seat cushions are upholstered with fabric from Annie Sloan’s Fabric Collections. A very Scandinavian yet rustic look.