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Using Gravity to Paint: Holton Rower & Amy Shackleton

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The Pour Paintings by New York artist Holton Rower (grandson of Alexander Calder) are quite interesting looking at them from “above” — but the process of them being made is where the real fireworks are. Here‘s another:


Gravity has never looked so colorful!

Or has it? Check out these poured paintings of urban landscapes by Amy Shackleton, who turns the canvases 360 degrees as she drips paint to create more architectural shapes.

via Open Culture.

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