Tuesday’s Tutorials, Week 5 ~ Featuring Shelly Hickox

Tuesday's Tutorials (Marjie Kemper Weekly Blog Series)

Welcome to Week 5 of my Tuesday’s Tutorials blog series, where every Tuesday I share a link to an art tutorial created by different artists from around the world. This series has grown from a recently completed year-long blog series called Tuesday’s Texture. You can find out more about the transition from one series to the next in this post.

Covered Burlap Panel by Shelly Hickox via Marjie Kemper's Weekly Tuesday's Tutorials Blog Series, Week 5

This gorgeous burlap covered panel comes from Shelly Hickox, who lives near Memphis, Tennessee. Isn’t is lovely? Be sure to visit Shelly’s beautiful blog to see the full tutorial.

Covered Burlap Panel by Shelly Hickox via Marjie Kemper's Tuesday's Tutorials Weekly Blog Series, Week 5

I hope you enjoy this weekly feature and that it introduces you to techniques that inspire you, and to artists who may not yet be on your radar. I’ve combined all the art from the two series in one Photo Gallery for easy viewing. You can also see all the art from the two series on my Pinterest Board dedicated to this topic.

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Have a great week!



Your comments are very much appreciated!


  1. I saw this fabulous burlap panel over on Shelly’s blog, such a talented artist, thanks for sharing her tutorial here Marjie!

  2. Shelly is a fav of mine and I love her creations! Thanks for sharing her with us, Marjie!! 🙂 XOXO-Shari

  3. I adore Shelly’s work and this canvas is just gorgeous! xx

  4. Love the colour-sprayed burlap – delicious!

  5. Corrine says:

    Love this vintage piece! xox

  6. Wow!! Her work is AMAZING!!!!

  7. Brilliant! I love Shelley’s work and have been following her since the early Oxfort Impressions (or whatever they are called) days….

  8. This is stunning. Shelly’s work has always stood out to me.