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Shimmering Tree Ring Fluid Acrylic Poured Project!

Abstract Greens and Blues Swirled Fuid Acrylic poured painting

Thank you for joining me on this experimental abstract fluid art painting! This time we create a beautiful shimmering stretched tree ring on a Davinci Liquid Art panel (not sponsored)

I’m also playing with another Brand New Pouring Medium! This time I was contacted by Sargent Art and was asked to try out their Brand New Pouring Medium. It is so fun to try out new products.

I did receive this Pouring Medium free from the company to give my personal opinion and review. No other compensation or stipulations involved in this process.

Abstract Greens and Blues Swirled Fuid Acrylic poured painting

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Recipe in this painting:

1:1 ratio Sargent Art Pouring Medium to 1 Part Craft Acrylic Paint
(If the craft acrylic paint is really thick you can thin the paint with some water to make it softer and then measure the paint/water 1 part and the Sargent Art Pouring Medium)

Materials:
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DaVinci Liquid Art panel 11×14″ : https://amzn.to/2JqoAJ1

Sargent Art Pouring Medium:https://amzn.to/2Joik4G
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Decoart: Snow/Titanium White: https://amzn.to/2JqnL2T

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There’s no silicon oil or torching in my projects as I really worry about the possible side effects of heating the acrylic paints and the materials they are made from. I’m also concerned with the possible issues down the line with the paint not forming a good bond with the surface because of the oils preventing proper adhesion.

We all have to weigh the pros and cons of how we interact with our art supplies. Experimenting can be exciting and beautiful, but there can be consequences we don’t know about yet. As with any thing in life be informed by reputable sources and your own common sense. 🙂

I have a creative spirit that loves to explore and experiment with all kinds of Arts and Craft! I hope you have fun while you join me on my creative adventures! Make sure you have clicked that Subscribe button and the Bell so you will be notified when new videos go up! Fun things are planned and I hope you will be a part of them!

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