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The darker tones in these shells really pop against the white grout. The clear dark blue tiles with a touch of bronze tones bring the whole piece together nicely. Now available for sale on Etsy
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This abstract started off as a flower painting but quickly revealed itself to be a white cockatoo
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I used to believe that I would never be capable of creating abstract works of art. That all changed when I recently discovered the paint pouring technique.
Anyone who is familiar with my artwork will know that my style is very controlled. While I am proud of my traditional artworks, I have never really believed myself to be much of a creative, merely a painter with good powers of observation.
When I pour paint onto the canvas, rather than using a brush, the control is taken out of my hands and the paint pretty much does whatever it wants. Next thing you know, I have created an abstract.
Of course there is some planning involved. Firstly, I start with an idea, then choose a color palette and finally pour the paint. The finished painting very rarely ends up resembling my original idea. Usually, after the canvas is covered and I spend some time getting familiar with it, the subject reveals itself to me. Funnily enough I often find the finished artwork looks better when turned upside down.
Now I am feeling like a true creative and, best of all, paint pouring is really good fun.