February 02, 2020

My Artwork - Paint Pour

Hi Everybody,

I have been busy with the paint pouring again and I know it is not every bodies cup of tea but I do really like them.

Last week I showed you some blue ones that I had done that matched together.

I have had two of them framed, under glass in gold frames, and they are quite large ones and are now hung on the stair wall.

This one is in my kitchen but is about and A4 size and it looks really good on the lime green wall. Especially with the pure white kitchen that Griff fitted for me.

They are not difficult to do but they are messy. I use a hairdryer to blow the paint around and if you are like me the paint goes everywhere.

But I have to say they are a lot of fun to create and I am going to try some different techniques in the coming months. I haven't filmed the making of these but I will do some more in the future
This is on the other kitchen wall and stays with the same colours of green/yellow/pink to blend with everything.

This is a bigger painting done on canvas and both have now been varnished with three layers of Mod Podge Gloss to keep the shine

I have used Arteza Acrylic Paints on all of them

Then I decided to do a pink/green/gold one for the hallway and that has been framed in white and faces the front door.

This one has also had three layers of gloss Mod Podge and they look really vibrant now they are on the wall.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

27 comments:

  1. Really like the green,yellow pink ones. They look great on that green wall.

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  2. Wow, Christina, these look really good. I especially like the pink/green/gold one. Very striking! When I first watched the video on the yupo, I thought the technique wasn't for me, but framed and hung these look amazing.
    Christine

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  3. Oh these are lovely Christina such a gorgeous marbled effect you must be so happy with them.

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  4. Great paintings. I love the colours of the two under the stairs.

    Congrats to the winners.

    Michele

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  5. I must say Christina they look like you have brought them from an art gallery they are fantastic well done xx

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  6. I love the end results -they are beautiful but can't see me ever getting around to trying this 😉 xx

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  7. I like them Christina, all look wonderful, xxx

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  8. Good Morning Christina. These are lovely...but as you said ...not my kind of craft....I remember years ago ...we went to Blackpool for the weekend and there was place on the front where you could do something like this. The thing that did it went on like a turn table and you placed your piece of card on this then poured your inks from little pots of your choice of colour. When you had finished pouring you pressed a button and the turn table started. It was great to see the colours blending in together. When you were happy with the results you just pressed the button to stop it. It was great fun ....with out the mess. I did a couple and somewhere in our loft they are still there in a box with all my other teenage treasures. So yes I have had a go....but not since then. Thankyou Christina. Sending hugs and best wishes to everyone. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds.

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  9. I love paint pours. I have watched loads of videos on YouTube and find it fascinating. I haven't had a go yet, but fully intend to. Yours look great x

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  10. Wow, you really have got hooked on this technique Christina, it is beautiful, but not really my cup of tea....luv Ursula xx

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  11. Love your artwork! And I congratulate you on your patience, not so much for
    the pour, but for the clean up after!
    Sharon Brand

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  12. Love the result you have had with this paint pouring, I think for them to look good you have to have the right colour combo and you have certainly achieved that with them. Beautiful art.
    Faith x

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  13. Great work of art!
    Love the colours, especially the paintings on your kitchen wall :))

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  14. Hello Christina,
    Love them all. I also don't mind getting messy if the results are as stunning as these. My aim this week is to try the paint pouring and also the Yupo paper techniques. In fact, I'll have a go with the Yupo paper this evening - if I get the chance!
    Maureen x

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  15. Ohhhhhh Christina... These are absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!! Love, Love, Love them all. The colors you pick are always perfect. Thank you so much for sharing. I hope you continue with this medium and explore some more. Thanks so much for sharing. Give Miss Ruby an extra hug from me. Enjoy your day. xo

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  16. So different- I like it. Diana Lawton xxx

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  17. Love these 'paintings' Christina it's a lovely idea. I especially like the pink and gold one xx

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  18. I love these Christina, I loved the cards you did when you poured the inks onto acetate and the ones with the shaving foam too. Thanks for sharing. Love Anne Owens xxx

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  19. Well I think they're lovely Christina. Well done xx

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  20. Absolutely Gorgeous. They really do make for beautiful wall art.
    Anytime I spray paint something, I put in a Large cardboard box which helps keep the spray from going everywhere. Even tho you use a hair dryer, you need to get yourself one of them spray tents that so many people use when they spray paint furniture along with other smaller items that they paint using a paint sprayer.

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  21. Great job, Christina. They really are quite lovely. The two on the stair wall kind of remind me of ocean waves. They're all very pretty. I'm glad you've found another creative outlet to branch into. It's fun trying different things.
    Sherry Hay

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  22. Pam Mckenzie - all beautiful Christina, you certainly give different things a go, well done they are beautiful. Pam <mckenzie, Spain

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  23. These are so lovely Christina. You gave me a great idea. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs
    Carmen

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  24. Wonderful artwork, thank you Christina. I can imagine the mess when blowing paint around !!! Lovely !!!

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  25. All of the painting are beautiful and if your enjoying doing them that is the fun if crafting...well done Christina and tfs

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  26. Love what you have done. They would be charging a fortune in some art galleries.

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