Original artwork - arts and crafts
Acrylic Pour – Basic equipment and techniques
You will be introduced to acrylic flow art techniques and basic equipment to enable you to enjoy the process and create interesting artwork. This will include three different flow techniques to start with. Also, what happens to the waste paint?
Using acrylic flow techniques to create landscapes to support a feature
We will be taking the basic acrylic flow techniques to the next level by using the previous session’s ideas to create landscapes and other images
Further acrylic flow techniques
We will be exploring more acrylic pour techniques to inspire your imagination and enjoy the process of getting really messy. These will include feathering and string pull.
Let’s take the acrylic flow techniques to the next level and use it to create animal portraits with character. The acrylic flow will be used within an image to create very interesting characteristics. You will be introduced to very complex tools such as cocktail sticks and cotton buds!
We will look at creating 3D artwork such as masks and how the acrylic flow techniques can be used to create interesting abstract artwork. We will also explore the creation of other products including hearts, clocks, mirrors and journals.
The next step – using acrylic flow to illustrate action and movement and get those creative juices flowing! Once you have the techniques, the possibilities are endless and is only limited by your imagination.
This workshop is aimed at all levels of experience, from absolute beginner to people with some experience of acrylic flow art. The main objective is to challenge you to take these techniques to the next level and unlock your creativity. So, I hope that you really enjoy the experience.
Photographs, images, and other pictures that inspire you. It might be the colours or the atmosphere that has moved you. We can discuss and try to create this in an abstract form that has the same effect
Old clothes! Please wear items that you don’t mind getting paint all over because you will. I will be wearing my old jeans and messy jumper, so don’t expect me to be smart. You will be supplied with aprons and gloves on the workshop.
All materials and other equipment will be supplied on the workshop, and I will be able to advise you on what to buy for your future artwork.
Tea and coffee will be supplied together with biscuits but feel fresh to contribute any cake or baking that you may feel would be of benefit to the workshop. Painting is hungry work!
17 January - 21 February 2023
Absolute Artisans, Higher Honeybrook Farm, Cranborne Road, Wimborne, Dorset. BH21 4HW. Next to Aunt Fanny’s Café
To book your series of six workshops - taking acrylic flow are to the next level