Jackson Pollock Style Drip Action Technique Paintings

Jackson Pollock Drip Style Paintings

Thursday, August 18th, 2022

Above is a photo of two small Jackson Pollock style paintings I am working on. In the future I plan to edit this post and add more details. I used tar gel and liquid acrylics and sometimes sprinkled glitter on top of it. The background is a piece of music themed scrapbook paper. Eventually I want to add some imitation gold leaf and the 3″ (7.62cm) wood cutout of the thirty-second note (or demisemiquaver in the British Isles) or treble clef etc. About every day or every other day I enjoy going to this area and sort of throwing the tar gel on these primed and sealed canvas panels. It is just one color a day or every other day to let the paint/tar gel dry. These are not large, only 8″ x 8″ (20.32cm x 20.32cm) birch cradled canvas panels.  

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