Abstract Fluid Acrylic Workshop
Jump into the exciting world of paint pouring—and instantly create dazzling, abstract art!
Whether you want to call it fluid art, liquid art, or acrylic pouring, there’s nothing more satisfying than creating abstract art by letting the paint do the work for you!
Paint Pouring, also referred to as Fluid Art, is a fun and messy way to get creative! Every paint pour creation comes out entirely unique.
In this relaxing workshop you’ll explore acrylic pour painting, a type of fluid art that utilizes motion and contrast to create abstract color paintings. There are endless creative possibilities thanks to the different ways to combine acrylic paints and there’s something so satisfying about watching it spill across a surface.
In our Fluid Painting Workshop you will learn the techniques, tips and tricks of Acrylic Pouring.
In this fun workshop we will demonstrate the “Dirty Pour, Ribbon Pour, and Swirly Pour” methods. Learn how to create cells.
No experience is necessary to come in and create your own beautiful painting.
Please come dressed for mess. You’ll have so much fun you will want to do it again & again.
Book online to ensure your spot as space is limited.
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Paint Pouring—which involves using a free-flowing acrylic paint mixture created with a pouring medium, such as glue and water—is the hottest trend for making abstract art. In this fun, colourful class Leonie.e.Brown explains everything about working in this popular form. Learn how to create eye-catching color combos, control your pours, and much more. Your own mesmerizing paintings are just a pour away!
Your materials will be a once-off cost as you will be able to use it for all your future workshops (excluding canvasses)
Any Liquid or Soft-Body Acrylic Paints
You’ll need at least two or three paint colours for a pour painting. If you’d like to experiment with a variety of color combinations in your paintings, buy six to ten colors or a liquid acrylic paint set. If you’d prefer to keep things simple, choose three colors in the same color family. For example: pale blue, medium blue, and dark blue.
- White Acrylic (Large)
- Black Acrylic
Canvas / Ceremic Tiles / Hardboard
- Ceramic Craft tiles works well as an alternative to canvas.
- Smaller canvas on board works well
- Small pieces Craft super wood or hardboard
- *(All available at PNA or hardware store)
- A large bottle of Wood Glue.
- Methylated Spirits.
- Mixing sticks or Ice cream sticks. Wooden craft sticks are used to mix paint with the pouring medium.
- Plastic beverage cups for mixing and pouring your paint. It's helpful to have small, medium, and large cups. For smaller paintings, you'll usually only need small or medium cups.
- Old Credit Cards.
- Blag bags.
- 4 or more small canvasses.
- Protective clothing.
- Old ruler or plastic or metal Palette Knives.
- One or more Large Aluminium baking pans. Aluminium baking pans work well to contain the paint that drips off the edges of the painting and make cleanup easier. They won't work for canvases or boards, but they're perfect for small to medium-sized surfaces.
- Toilet rolls or paper towels.
- Kitchen Blow Torch OR Hairdryer.
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Reservations and full payments are required in advance to secure seat for an event. No walk-ins or observers will be permitted. Masks are required while inside our studio. Reservations will be seated together. Arrive 15 minutes early to get smocked & find your seat as instruction will start on time! We cannot guarantee late arrivals will be able to catch up.
Pre-registration is necessary. Since we are working with larger canvases and easels and want to keep the experience intimate and special, space is limited to 10 participants. If this class is SOLD OUT, you can add your name to the wait-list. If we have a cancellation, we will contact you!
**NO REFUNDS** Should you need to cancel your reservation, we are happy to offer a credit to use on a future class.
PAYMENT: Payment online is required to guarantee your reservation.