Air and Water
Details: 14" x 18" liquid acrylic abstract painting with a 1 1/2" gallery profile. Canvas is hand-splined. No staples! There is a high gloss varnish as a finish and is ready to hang with wire hardware on the back. The sides are painted white.
What You Need To Know: Liquid Acrylics are not perfect. They never will be, and that's the beauty of them. The canvas is moved by hand by the artist to provide the image they want to portray. Some artists let the paint run off the sides, but I find that to be a huge waste and mess. I tape the edges of the canvas. the canvas dries for at least 48 hours before I move it.
Once it is dried, the tape is carefully removed, and a craft knife is used to remove the excess paint from the sides. This may cause imperfections to the edges, but again, that's the beauty of liquid acrylic painting.
This liquid acrylic abstract is simple to describe: It's Air (white liquid acrylic) merging with water (blue liquid acrylic).
You would never see the two merging together this way. However, I'm sure in a scientific study somewhere, someone was paid a lot of money to determine that--in fact--air and water do merge together in this fashion.
If they don't, screw it. This is what using your imagination looks like.