The Splattered Paint Flower Art I’m sharing today was all created with Golden Fluid Acrylics. A question I am asked often is what type of acrylic paint I use. I have used a lot of different brands of acrylic paints over the years for my splattered paint flower art. Sometimes I use a variety of brands in one painting. The most important thing to look for is a fluid acrylic paint, not acrylic paint in a tube.
Why I like Golden Fluid Acrylics
Golden Fluid Acrylic paint is the most expensive brand I use. Other less expensive brands work as well, but Golden’s intense colors can’t compare to most other brands. The three splattered paint flower art pieces in this post were made with the Golden Fluid Acrylics. I painted them on gesso board or watercolor postcards.
After I paint the sky and ground color I splatter green paint with a round bristle brush. You can watch a video and learn more about how I do this here. After the paint has dried I add dabs of flower colors to create a variety of flowers. If I have splatters I don’t like I can cover them with flowers. I keep adding flowers and sometimes more greens and a few splatters in the flower colors. After it dried for a day I sprayed it with Golden Matte Varnish to protect it.
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