Acrylic Pour Through a Colander – Acrylic Pouring Art on Wood Panels

Acrylic Pour Through a Colander - Acrylic Pouring Art on Wood Panels
At Jerry’s we were asked to do an acrylic pour through a colander, so we did 3 of them! We have some great art materials and supplies that are perfect for you to achieve great effects, colors and real vibrant pours for your acrylic pouring art. We used the LUKAS Cryl Fluid Acrylics, and Da Vinci Wood Panels (you can use anyone of our canvas too) so you can easily create yours and even hang them with ease. (see supplies for pour painting below for easy purchase)… always better with real art materials! Acrylic pour painting for beginners or for anyone that just wants to create some real neat pouring effects! Watch the video for all exciting ways to do acrylic pouring.

To Quick Order Them: (what to buy for acrylic pouring – all Supplies are here to easily buy)
https://www.jerrysartarama.com/teacherwishlist/view/index/id/ac3852530348b07d6acb17e2dc6f2a1d/

Supplies for pour painting – what to buy for acrylic pouring!
Da Vinci Pro Ultra Smooth Gesso Panels ( 3/4″ Panels (Single) 12×12″, 6×6″)
https://www.jerrysartarama.com/da-vinci-pro-ultra-smooth-gesso-panels

LUKAS CRYL Liquid Acrylic 250 Ml Bottle (Cadmium Yellow Light, Ultramarine Light, Titanium White, Cadmium Red Deep, Deep Black)
https://www.jerrysartarama.com/lukas-cryl-liquid-acrylics

Liquitex Pouring Mediums 8 Oz Bottle
https://www.jerrysartarama.com/liquitex-pouring-mediums

To See All Pouring Paints and Mediums
https://www.jerrysartarama.com/art-paints/acrylic-paints-and-mediums/pouring-paints-mediums

Colander not available but in video we talk about it

Acrylic Pour Through a Colander – Acrylic Pouring Art on Wood Panels

8 replies on “Acrylic Pour Through a Colander – Acrylic Pouring Art on Wood Panels”

  1. You’ve simplified this for me. I’m interested in doing it with some of my friends. How long does it generally take to dry?

  2. I really enjoyed your video, easy to understand and you showed us a few different ways to use a colander.

  3. I would love to see the video of that red white and blue pointsettia looking picture at the end! How did those red petals come out so Perfect?

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