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“Once, Picasso was asked what his paintings meant. He said, “Do you ever know what the birds are singing? You don't. But you listen to them anyway.” So, sometimes with art, it is important just to look.”

Acrylic Fluid Art

 

​Acrylic fluid art is a form of abstract art that uses acrylic paints mixed to a thin consistency and then poured onto a surface in a variety of ways.

Dutch Pour, Dirty Pour, Flip Cup, and Balloon Smash are some Acrylic Fluid Art techniques . 

 

Fluid Acrylic paints can be placed directly on a canvas, poured directly from individual cups over top of each other and other times multiple colors are combined into one cup and poured together. There are multiple techniques and each will create a different result. 

 

One of my favorite styles of Acrylic Fluid Art is called the "Dutch Pour". 

The Dutch Pour technique uses air to manipulate the paints on a surface to create that organic free-flowing abstract composition we all love.

Dutch pours are known for their ribbon like edges, cells, lacing, and negative space.

 

Remember: Acrylic Fluid Art can never be replicated. 

Every painting is an original One-of-a-Kind piece of art and will be different in it's own way.

HerArtbyme - Cyndi