Abstract Art Using Acrylic Paints

Happy Friday!

When life hits you, it can be hard to stay focused on passions and what you love doing. For me, this includes playing with paints and using my creativity to create abstract art. Painting has not only become a hobby but hopefully a way to make a substantial amount of income as well. I use abstract art to express my emotions. With that said, last week I worked on another abstract painting that came out beautiful. I have pictures of the artwork during and after the process.

I recently fell in love with the world of acrylic paints. Just like some women find it relaxing to paint their face, I find it relaxing to paint a canvas. I just prefer the artwork to last a lifetime as opposed to a couple hours. Anyway, choosing the right acrylic paint is important to determine how your artwork turns out in the long run. On this specific canvas, I used a combination of both Liquitex Basics and Artist’s Loft paints. The purpose of combining the different types of acrylic paints was to create multiple textures on the canvas.

However, I do prefer using Liquitex Basics paint because it’s a more professional brand that in my opinion, has better consistency and richer colors that show in your paintings. If you’re looking for a new hobby and painting seems like something you’d like to try, I’d suggest using the Liquitex Basics paint brand. All you need are the basic colors to get started. Below I have a picture-link where you can purchase the paint set I bought to get started. Welcome to the world of acrylics and happy painting! Let me know your thoughts if you plan to start.



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