Create Organic Shapes With Acrylic High Flow (Fluid) Paint
I love exploring paint fluidity and using it to create abstract art. I see it as a way for the acrylic paint to exhibit a ‘natural’ characteristic or a phenomenon. With fluid paint types and brands, or with paint with acrylic medium added to increase its flow, the paint is free to do what it wants (to a certain extent) and can guide the painter (in this case, me) rather than me guiding and pushing the paint on the canvas.
Create Geometric Shapes For Abstract Art
I also love geometry, geometrical shapes, symmetry, straight edges, etc. you get my drift. This probably stems from the fact that I always loved math through school and uni and was lucky enough to be quite good at it too, so I think I will always carry this passion around.
I created the geometric shapes, simply by marking out areas with masking tape. For the masking tape, I used a trade grade painters tape.
Combine Different Shapes To Create Abstract Art
I wanted to experiment with combining an organic feel and a geometric concept together, and these 2 artworks are some of the art pieces I came up with in applying this idea to art.
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