"After 20 years of chronic pain I finally started my art journey"
Acrylic pouring is a very playful way to make art. It really loosens you up because there is not much control. It’s a great way to learn to let things go and accept them the way they are. I always loved science and chemistry and when I am pouring I witness how molecules react. Fantastic how nature works!
The opposite of acrylic pouring is fine art or realistic art. At the moment I’m learning everything about painting realistic/fine art right now. How to use colours, composition, shades and perspective. Some things come naturally and some things have to be studied. Setting the bar really high makes me work harder to reach things.
Abstract paintings push you to activate your fantasy. To think outside the box. And, for someone who feels like their body is a box, a prison, it’s so freeing to let the mind wander off and let fantasy take a loop!
On the job
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