Acrylic Pouring (W)



Acrylic Pouring

Acrylic Pouring is a painting technique where colours flow and interact in a beautiful and unpredictable way. Depending on the day, we will be using either the Dutch Pour method, the Flower method, or the Dirty Pour method. Over the course of two hours, you will complete 2 one-of-a-kind paintings in this workshop which you will be able to take home at a later date.

Acrylic pouring is a delicate science. First, acrylic paint mixes with a pouring medium. Then it is applied onto surfaces in a specific way to create wonderful pieces of art. These specific ways are known as methods, such as “Flower” or “Dirty Pour” technique. This creative workshop requires no prior artistic experience: we’ll teach you each step of the process. From how to pick suitable colours to mix, using the correct mixing mediums, and how to create cells, our tutor will guide you through the whole process.

At the end of this workshop, you will have created two unique masterpieces reflecting the acrylic pouring method that day’s workshop is focused on. Acrylic needs to cure (dry) once poured, so you won’t be able to take them straight home from the workshop. Instead they will be placed on our shelves and will be ready to collect in 48 hours.

All materials included in the fee.

It’s not too messy, but please don’t wear your best outfit!

This workshop is taught by Eleshea D’souza, owner of Art in Bloom Academy.

Gallery images showcase (in order):  Dutch Pour Technique, Flower Technique (main image), Dirty Pour Technique

Class Location


35 Uxbridge Road Howick, 2014

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