Fluid Art Paintings | Avon Flow ArtSarahHarvey
I don’t know anyone that doesn’t like unique and affordable original artworks to grace their walls within a home. Art creates a focal point to any room in your house. Let me tell you a little about my journey into my fluid art paintings and naturally as my pieces are one offs, you can see my full collection here at Avon Flow Art
I began my career as a textile designer, specialising in knitwear design. I soon moved into education, teaching art and textile design in FE colleges for many years.
Over time, due to having a full-time job and a family I spent less time doing my artwork and I missed it. So, over the past year, with children having grown up and left home, I decided to return to doing what I love as a hobby.
I soon stumbled across fluid art painting and thought it would be a great way to get back into creating artwork and experimenting with colour and I very quickly became hooked.
This beautiful artwork is one of my favourites that I produced:
I love the strong blues in this fluid art painting and the way that it flows across the canvas. The canvas is a good size to be a feature in any room.
I am drawn to the experimental nature of fluid art painting, using alcohol inks and acrylic pour. I love that both techniques are part random, part controlled and allow the mixing of the inks or paints on the surface as you work. I mainly create floral and abstract paintings but plan to work different themes over the coming months. As well as creating fluid art paintings I make hand painted jewellery and I sell some of my artworks as prints and homeware.
Here is a lovely floral inspired fluid art painting.
This peach flower is one of a series of abstract floral fluid art paintings. The paintings have been created using alcohol inks in striking vibrant colours. I love the way the inks work together to create different colours on the paper.
I have used this collection of floral fluid art paintings to create a range of wall prints and homeware.
I also create hand painted jewellery using fluid art techniques and collage. I particularly enjoyed making this pink and silver pendant necklace and earring set. I don’t often work with pinks, but this combination just seemed to complement each other so well and I think these are real fun colours to wear.
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For those with non pierced ears you will love this vast collection of ear cuffs from Magical Enchantments and here is a personal favourite.
If like me you love glass art, then you simply must take a look at Moore Glass with their absolutely beautiful collection of fused glass gift ideas.
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I hope you enjoyed my blog and it provides an insight into me, the face behind the fluid art painting brand.
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