We'll be doing another acrylic pouring technique - an easy method called the Puddle Pour. Plus I will show you some other ways to modify puddle pours.
If you wish to work on another art project or pouring technique, you can, of course.
For videos on technique see the playlist on Puddle Pours at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLl-w4JxzL7QsGjAGRkrapV1y7ZBaV8rZs
Note: instruction is FREE but bring your own supplies! (see optional pouring support kit below)
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Free demonstration starts at 7pm so don't be late.
1. acrylic paint, any kind (a few colors plus black & white)
2. a couple of small canvases or canvas board -- 12x12 or smaller
3. Important! Bring trays or cardboard lids to move your wet paintings home. Paintings will take 2 or 3 days to dry. We will again have a drying table where you can leave small canvases for drying.
4. Other supplies:
Pouring medium: (Floetrol) or PVA glue or Liquitex pouring medium or Golden pouring medium, etc.
Other: plastic gloves, stirring sticks, paper & plastic cups, paper towels, baby wipes, thumbtacks, etc.
The optional Pouring Support Kit will be $5 and will include supplies for a couple of small paintings: pouring medium (Floetrol) or PVA glue, plastic gloves, stirring sticks, paper & plastic cups, paper towels, baby wipes, thumbtacks, string & handout. I'll also share my silicone and kitchen torch or crafters heat tool. NOTE: the kit doesn't include paint, canvases, and trays.
Bring your own supplies if you don't want to purchase the kit. RESERVE your kit by posting a comment or emailing [masked]. IMPORTANT: if you buy the pouring support kit, you still need to bring acrylic paint, small canvases & trays.
Location: Jaycee Park Center for the Arts, 1975 Puritan, Irving 75061. Directions