again it's Priscilla bat-cillin Spring Hill Florida at expressionist art studio gallery in the backyard and I have sort of got a plan I'm not sure about how it's gonna proceed but I'm gonna give it my best shot I'm gonna try to do something kind of different and that would be to start with an open bottle oh that would be something different wouldn't it okay let's just do yeah and one that doesn't squirt out in two different directions I'm gonna use my Anita's black metallic and just keep adding the white metallic from Anita's also maybe a little more of that and hopefully that will be enough paint so I'm gonna put that aside that's gonna be my sky I hope we'll see what happens I may wind up swiping that together so this is leftover from my last ring for and I'm thinking that I'm gonna set this up like a ring pour but I'm going to use lots of dark colors in between every layer of white and I'm gonna use a little bit less white that time and I'm gonna try and just layer some interesting gotta keep that white handy some interesting layers figuring if I get my ring pour and I pour a few rings then it doesn't get matters entirely wear more white where I tilt it I guess because I haven't done this before it's hard to talk and pour although that does sound kind of pathetic I know for a fact that I have not had enough paint in my escapes recently hey glasses look at that I can put those on my head maybe I'll even get them to my eyes before this is over you never know it could happen more Anita's okay who Anita's and put more white and more gold that's the gold mica I don't know why I'm using that usually it's a problem oh look I wanted some of that that's the copper so I'm not really too worried if it comes out in a straight ring or how it comes out at all to tell you the truth because I will use up this paint no matter what I want somewhere that purple that's all I mean what's good next to purple probably white continue my theme I don't think I can have too much paint and that little copper to do what I'm what I intend on doing so I may change what's in the sky I kind of think I kind of think I'd like to now but the color that I have to pick is gonna be no I'm just gonna go with it for now and if I want to change it I will change it so here comes whoopsie I forgot to unwrap my 16 by 20 inch canvas but that's okay because I'm pretty quick if you want to know the truth so now I have a big bottle of black and I think that it's not a bad idea to go ahead and spread some of that around and since I have white a big bottle of white I think I shook that already and I want that for the sky and I want to have enough paint this time so I am gonna try not to spill any of that on the ground again get it to be fairly even right there actually I'm just gonna spread it across as far as it'll go it doesn't have to go to the edge because I know I'll be using an educator to get it off of there this is a total experiment that I've wanted to do that I haven't done I thought I would was going to be doing it with just um just metallics I really don't think it matters that that black is on there and I love the little popping the little cells when the black hits the white it's pretty cool and this is mostly a facility tool just to help make everything spread nicely so it doesn't matter if it's schmutzie I am hoping that just about anybody can try this and have some kind of fun not sure it's gonna be successful but I'm pretty sure it's gonna be fun I want all that black off my finger and off that spatula so let's go to town let's first of all grab a shovel and see what happens I could just pour that out so easily right up there I'm right over here too I have a piece of plastic that came off that canvas blowing across my feet in that tickled so it's black and white if I need more it's not like it's gonna be a tall order to get more let's grab what the wind is strong right now good breeze yay let's just drop everything out of that container right up there into that sky area and put that in the bucket and the other thing in the bucket – oh wait it wasn't done nevermind let's put everything in its got a little paint residue that you can't get off with a spatula in the bucket let's take everything we can yeah I was operating real fast so this is going to be a really different [Applause] it's a lot of black in there which might be really cool especially if I go back through it thank you I can see now I think we're gonna have enough paint and that little bit of color that was left from my last bring poor pretty pretty colors in the bottom let's just use those someplace we need them just a few little colors make everything else pop yes I'm using my finger to get all that paint out and that quick hand rinse grab an edge catcher try to move some of this paint out of the way for a moment so I have plenty of room to tip Wow okay looks like a heinous mess and I hear thunder okay so that's lined up and we'll let that roll down whoops I'm gonna tip that over an edge catcher hopefully put one down turn it around you know what I want all that paint to go down and I want a longer edge connector what are you about ready I got it I got it I got it and now I'm gonna let it go down and cover the bottom rock it [Applause] I come over here wishing my sky was moving with it rocket I got so much more at the bottom oh well never mind live and learn I knew that but I was just brazenly feeling like making a wild and abstract skate and I still do and I still am and I can keep doing that [Applause] till I have a mountain on that side ha and then I can let as much of that paint run off as I want and I can put it back in again – if I want so that's very cool I've got two edge catches worth of paint and spatulas to recover it if I want to and I'm really glad I moved a lot of that paint all the way and I looked at all of it out of the way give me a minute now let's grab another oXXO omelet turning spatula and see what if anything we want to do to that sky and first of all I think I'm gonna fill in although I kind of like that black down there let's just let that roll over see what that looks like to pull it up because we can hey that's the name of my book I like that little solid purple that looks like mountains in the distance that's cool I may not use the paint on the edge catcher which is a shame because it's really cool all right let's go ahead and give ourselves a really dramatic sky and use spatula and any drips that are coming over to cover cover the top edge well we got time I like the white I got a canyon wall moving all the way up this edge from where the edge get your stop that I want to dip that spatula and I'm expecting agitated paint to pop some cells let that run right over the edge [Applause] give my best to sort of kind of integrate it including my finger and that's a very dramatic sky and I like it I think I want what do I want I want some white and I think it doesn't need to be [Applause] where's my straw there it is let's see what happens [Applause] hey I'm getting my airbrush out soon I can tell you I've had one for over a year and I started paying pouring without having used it and having my camera plugged in was the choice it was that or the airbrush so pretty quick here I'm gonna be running a very long extension cord from the porch way across the yard and seeing if I can make everything work so that's just I just like that so I should tell you before I just I declare this done and I'm that I'm not doing anything else that's um I have Pinterest and Instagram under show more underneath the video along with my paint pouring recipe and what else go figure that should not be something that surprises me at all um he's in a cloud shape spatula I don't know so I do i do sell my artwork and I do give classes at the studio in Spring Hill and I am compelled to integrate some of this even though I probably don't need to as much as I feel like it and I am going to touch up my edges what else can I tell you I have teespring clothing under the video and I have links to fine art America and pixels comm which are one and the same on my Facebook pages also on my facebook pages you will find a group for students that is expressionist art studio gallery appreciation group where we all share stuff and you can ask me questions and I when I find your question I'll get back to you and there's expression to start studio gallery fans and collectors where someday maybe I'll get to keep up all those three albums that are shown to that you can link to at the bottom of the description but you can't really so you're gonna have to look for that group and join it actually and like I said that is Facebook excuse me that is expressionist art studio gallery fans and collectors and I love you guys there's over seventy one thousand of you you give me great comments you make me feel happy every day that I hear from you and thank you for watching more there's always a contest going on for you who want to continue helping support the studio I don't make lots of money I don't even make a living yet but I would really like to be able to so just know if you buy my artwork or you buy any of my merchandise anywhere you're always supporting me and as I mentioned before if I didn't I probably did but I have an amazon link right under the video and that Amazon link will take you to Princeton art tool catalyst spatulas and acts oh wait wait wait oXXO omelet turning spatulas and that is the bomb from spreading paint my book is called because I can it's under the video I think I'm gonna take a little bit of paint from that edge catcher and hopefully fix my edges and we've got two minutes that was really fast where is my torch there it is I got it so I'm not getting too fancy with this and I someday I'm gonna get a little fancier I might do it in a minute you can never tell I want to have one more look before I decide I'm done let's see what else there is there's a line there I don't think that there's that much that needs to be fixed I want to tip it all off whoops there's a drop of water on there I see that that probably came from nodding me bringing my spatula over so I just keep a wet studio rag handy and I recommend it will suck up some water and remember agitated paint will almost always sell I just want to stick something in there so bad and I have no spatulas left so it's probably protecting me for myself what else can I do in there that just looks like canvas to me and I don't think it is but maybe maybe I'm just compelled and I can't stop myself oh all right you guys this is Priscilla bat sell in Spring Hill Florida at expressionist art studio telling you again I love you come again on the N screens you're gonna find over 750 videos very soon if not already and if you watch them and you give me a thumbs up it helps the YouTube algorithm know to place my videos where more people can find me and that in turn will keep me coming back and making more videos for you guys because that might be the one thing that keeps me making videos and and will help me eventually maybe someday make a living – which would be awesome because I do this for you guys every day because I love you and it's not just an art therapy for me it's our therapy for lots of us alright you guys I didn't did I I didn't I didn't torch we're gonna torch hey miss me say it's really hot out here [Applause] got it torch or warm the paint some how to release the air bubbles that are caught in there because otherwise the air bubbles will form and they'll either be bubbles or they'll pop and leave little pock marks in your pretty artwork that's a little perfect I'll see if I can keep from torching anything that shouldn't be tore [Applause] so it's pretty simple escape goes and I do keep messing with it and I think you can probably tip a lot of things and not have to worry about messing with it too awful long that's it we got one minute and I'll be gone when when I'm gone and in the meantime I'm just gonna keep making sure that there are no air bubbles because I don't like finding them the next day it's one of my least favorite things okay I know that's pretty black for the sky and I really could have stuck a spatula in there and sweep it out but I like what I've got and I'll try and remember to have less paint at the bottom but I know I'll try and make the amounts of paint equal or I'll try and spread out one area so that it's thin enough so that it doesn't move anymore which is actually kind of a tall order thank you your fingers how do you paint after you torch okay I'm really on this time well okay can you see everything you can't see everything okay I think you can see everything I can't see everything all right bye for now Priscilla out

Fluid Acrylic Pouring, Let's Go Skiing, Snowy Mountain Landscape(Not Sky After-all)#5399 -7.11.19

4 thoughts on “Fluid Acrylic Pouring, Let's Go Skiing, Snowy Mountain Landscape(Not Sky After-all)#5399 -7.11.19

  • July 27, 2019 at 5:58 pm
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    Very pretty, reminds me of an aerial view a ski area-with a lake. And I am odd, there is a wicked looking little white alien or ghost with 2 big black eyes in the sky..

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  • July 27, 2019 at 5:58 pm
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    Gorgeous and fun as always.

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  • July 27, 2019 at 5:58 pm
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    Good morning Priscilla! You are soooo fun! I’m a Texas artist trying to figure all this out. Hoping you can help on a question, even though you don’t already answer a ton of them now, right? I’ve been pouring about a year. Not on any channel yet but finding I need to sell or make money to continue this therapy. How do I charge for classes? I’ve got several want to try this. Of course I cannot afford to give all this paint/canvas away. About 40 years ago I taught folk art, but hey, that was 40 girlfriend! Hope you can shoot a guideline

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