One of my goals for the future is to gather a budget big enough to be able to walk into my favorite galleries and buy Art right of the walls, but until then, I have to find alternative ways to decorate my home. I’m sure you’ve noticed that recently there is a huge demand for a, minimalitic, blurry looking Art. The kind of Art, which makes you think – ‘I can do it! Maybe I could try painting it myself’.
I have to be honest – I’ve been tempted for a while to get some white canvas and search inner artist in me, but it wasn’t easy to start, kind of like before driving a car for the first time – you know what everything is for, but it takes a while to use it well! Do you get the same feeling? I’ve been sitting in my studio, with the canvas ready in front of me, thinking – where the heck do I start? And then I just did it.
I know, it’s not Picasso but I really like the blurry, 3d effect I achived. I even gave it a proud name – ‘raindrops’, that’s at least what I see in it, a dreamy, rainy scene. But then I asked at home what everyone else sees and my vision crashed! “Tire marks, sousages?” Seriously?! Apparently my boyfriend has a true artistic soul! I should have probably kept his vision to myself but I find it too funny not to share. What would you call it? Just please don’t tell me it’s a salami!
I squeezed out a drop of dark blue paint on a piece of paper and run the roller applicator through it. Then I painted the pattern on the white sheet of paper. It is important that you start with a drop of paint – as this is how you create the ‘drop looking’ design. You can view full tutorial on Homedit here.
Have a great day!
Pictures: Agata Dimmich / Passion shake for Homedit