Pouring techniques follow on workshop Sept Horsham


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Please note – You must of attended my Introduction to acrylic pouring workshop before you can attend this workshop

Sunday 22nd September 12.30pm-2.30pm

Holbrook Thythe Barn

Pondtail Road , Horsham RH12 5JF

Course Content
Fun experimenting with pouring techniques
We shall look at 3 different acrylic pouring techniques during this workshop and you will each create 3 pieces of art to take home. Each piece on a 25 x 20 cm canvas.
Ring pour.
This is a technique that’s all in the wrist. No silicone is used and its the beauty of the natural poured rings not cells we are looking for.
Floating cup pour
This technique will introduce the use of negative space and bright cells while floating your cup on top of the base layer. With this technique I will also be able to show how to stretch cells to make them larger.
The swipe technique can be a little hit and miss,  in honesty I still get the odd one that doesn’t develop how I intended. However this is certainly a key acrylic pouring skill that has to be explored as the results are mesmerising. Probably my favourite in terms of finished result.
I shall also cover any canvas preparation and finishes I use that work best for me. This is just an opportunity to ask further questions on these further to the first workshop.
Trouble shooting – Common issues and ways to solve them.
Included are all materials required on the day , gloves, disposable carry boxes and a handout covering key information. Please wear old clothes.
Please note …. This is all about exploring and experimenting. Each pouring artist favours certain pouring techniques that they are naturally good at.
This workshop is aimed to help you with a few popular techniques which each differ in the skill used. Lets find out which one you will fall in love with.