Paint Pour with Ellen Kanner (Outdoors)
Acrylic Paint Pour
with Award-Winning Artist Ellen Kanner
Outdoors • April 10, 10am – 12:30pm $75M/$80NM
Fee includes $15 materials
The process of paint pouring entails using acrylic paint, resin, several oil mediums and (a little) propane gas which creates the beautiful and unique cells. The surface is tilted in different directions to let the paint flow and the colors interact in unpredictable, yet always interesting ways
Ellen will start by discussing different techniques of paint pour and showing some examples. She’ll explain the science behind the paint pour method and show some creative techniques people are using.
Students will then create a lovely paint pour which takes approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
You will need to leave your paintings at The Art guild to dry on a flat surface for about 4 days (or they’ll continue to “pour”).
Please bring plastic non-latex gloves. We’ll have all the other materials for you!
This workshop will be held outdoors.
About Ellen Kanner:
Ellen Kanner is a fluid acrylic artist, creating specialized acrylic paint pours. Currently, I show my work in galleries in New York City and Long Island. I also teach workshops. My work is commissioned, and I create customized projects for clients. My art is inspired by emotions and nature and are organic and one of a kind.
Prior to using this medium, I spent a decade using ceramics and stone. Since discovering the paint pour technique, it has become my true passion.