Monday, August 23, 2021

Acrylic pouring art on postcards

 

These are postcards I have painted on photographic paper. The back side has another layer of photographic paper in blank. All acrylic painting using pouring technique.






Saturday, August 21, 2021

Pouring acrylic art. Lots of cells

 

Acrylic on canvas, no frame. Pouring technique, lots of colorful cells! 12"x9"

Friday, August 20, 2021

Pouring art (Cells explosion)

 

This is a macro detail of the painting below.  I have achieved a sort of "cells explosion" in multicolor.
This is an acrylic on canvas, no frame. Pouring technique. 12"x9"


Koi art

 

Koi Art. Acrylic on paper. Knife technique. 12"x9"

Mirroring Camels

 

Mirroring Camels. Acrylic on paper, knife technique. 12"x9"

Saturday, August 14, 2021

My colorful pouring art

 



Both paintings above: acrylic on carton, pouring technique. From my last paintings. Sizes vary.




The three paintings above: Pouring technique, acrylic on canvas, 12"x9". Last painting is a combination of pouring art and brush.



Above: two roses, one a little bloom. Acrylic on carton. Sizes vary. Pouring technique and brush.

Acrylic on canvas, 12"x9", pouring technique, traveling cup.



Acrylic on canvas, pouring art. 10"x10". Traveling cup technique.



Bleeding Rose

 

Of all the styles, Abstract Expressionism is my favorite one, and I feel pretty comfortable with it. here, a Bleeding Rose. Acrylic on paper. 9"x12"


Sunday, July 11, 2021

Spring tree

 

Spring tree. Postcard size. Acrylic on carton, pouring and brush technique

Maelstrom

 
Maelstrom. Acrylic on foam board. 9.5"x10". Pouring technique

Some of my pouring technique acrylic paintings

 

Mutant Rose. Acrylic on canvas, 9"x12". Pouring technique.

I wanted to do something different and so decided to practice with acrylic pouring technique, which is not that easy as many may think. 
First of all, the ideal density and pouring medium must be achieved. Then the combination of colors, and being very careful that they will not be mixed and end  up in an  ugly brownish mess. 
There are different ways to do the pouring and I tried a couple of them, like traveling cup, dirty pour, etc. For now, I prefer a combination of cells, blowing, brush. And the medium, I have tried with glue and Floetrol, with and without water, with and without silicone drops, and alcohol drops as well.
Except for the acrylics on canvas, I will not tell the exact sizes because I cut pieces of photographic paper, carton, foam, to evaluate how the results are after the painting. I do not care too much about the base material, but for the painting per se.

These birds have been painted on carton, it is the size of a postcard.

This one of multi roses have been painted on corrugated carton, it is approximately 9"x12".

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