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Acrylic Painting

I've recently started exploring acrylics and have fallen in love with the pouring method. This means that the paint - which is usually like a gel - is made more fluid and pourable by the addition of water and fluid acrylic mediums. Instead of using a brush, the paint is poured and dripped onto the support (canvas or sealed panel), then the support  is tilted and turned to make the paint move around the canvas. Fingers, a palette knife, and air blown onto the wet paint, creates further movement. This technique is about 3 parts "going with the flow"  and 1 part (or less) "control"!

Abstracts Show at 311 Gallery

"Goddess of the Dance", 36 x 24. Acrylics on canvas




The annual Juried Abstracts Show features 80+ pieces from artists who span the US from New York to Hawaii. "Goddess of the Dance" is my piece in the show.

WHERE311 Gallery, 311 West Martin St., Raleigh, NC 27601
WHEN: First Friday, March 2, from 6 to 9:30 pm.

The show runs to March 31st.

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 'All About Fuschia II', 10 x 8

'All About Fuschia II', 10 x 8