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Abstract flower art

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Abstract flower art. Get inspired and try out new things.
Fresh Paint - Ali Kay Studio

What if you loved the paintings you made? What if you made consistent time each week to create and were part of a community of artists cheering each other on? So many creatives sometimes find themselves sitting at their easel surrounded by paints and supplies that they spent way too much money on and don’t […]

Painting : "A Crowd of Flowers Reproduction" (Original art by MariaReyesJones.com)

Reproductions are printed on gallery wrapped, archival fine art canvas or paper, using the finest quality archival inks. Each piece is signed and numbered by the artist. *SHIPPING IS INCLUDED. **Custom sizing available - inquire for pricing. . Original Painting

Hydrangea at Emmetts garden National trust emmettsgarden kent nationaltrust

Geranien sind klassische Balkonblumen, Duftgeranien findet man seltener auf dem Balkon. Sie blühen nicht üppig, haben aber andere Vorzüge. Ein Porträt mit Tipps zu Anbau, Pflege und Verwendung. Die...

Shaune Rogatschnig

Artwork of Shaune Rogatschnig exhibited at Robertson Art Gallery. Original art of more than 60 top South African Artists - Since 2004.

Paint Alongs - Ali Kay Studio

Weekly Instruction will now take place inside Fresh Paint! We are no longer selling the outline downloads for the 2021 Paint Along demos. You can still watch all the videos—just click the button above. If you would like to paint with Ali weekly following her step by step instruction, check out Fresh Paint! ShareTweetPin14KShare14K Shares

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Statement Art for your home by Judy Century. 'Tall & Mighty 2' original abstract flower painting on canvas. Available to buy.
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Pink Peonies Flower Painting Acrylic by Pink Puddle Studio
Fluid art is amazing because it’s so easy and accessible. It’s really for anyone, no matter the painting expecting. All you need is a piece of something you want to paint on (in this case a piece of plywood), acrylic or tempera paint, water and possibly some silicone (in this case I have used silicone used for car doors, one used so doors don’t freeze in winter) but silicone is optional, only use it if you want more cells (you can still get some cells from just plain paint + water).