“It’s like pourning out my eighty years of experiences onto shards of canvas.”
One-of-a-Kind Acrylic Pourings (numbered)
Eye-catching bursts of colors to accent your home/office walls
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Some paintings have HOLD on them because I may create a clothing line and will need to have the original for more professional photos, but if you are interested in purchasing one of those, send me an email.
Contact Diane Goble at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dirty Cup Spiral Pour
Acrylic Pouring is a fluid painting technique used to create colorful abstract art by pouring various colors of acrylic paint onto a canvas in a variety of ways. Artists may apply color in puddles, pools, spirals or marble-like patterns using various tools found in your kitchen or toolbox. You can pour into a half-cup, through a funnel or a dish drainer or a strainer or over a decorative glass. You can pour a Dirty Cup, do a Flip Cup, or create a Bubble Wrap Dip. You can use a toothbrush or a toothpick or a pizza cutter or a marble, a hair dryer or a straw, or blow the paint with your mouth. Next the canvas will be tipped and tilted stretching the colors as most of the paint pours over the edges and onto the workspace below until the artist is pleased with the results on the canvas.