Acrylic Pour- JojisArt

Today I want to share with all of you some new art in town. My sister has opened an Etsy shop to sell her new found talent. “Acrylic Pour canvas art”. I get to see each one before she post it on her site. She will text me a photo after each one. We both will oohhh and ahhh at the turn out.

My sister is sort of like me in being creative. Her taste is a little more expensive than mine though. I am more of the thrifty and resourceful one. 
She is talented and a great artist. We get this from the women in our family. Our grandmothers always were crafty and always making things. Our mother was and still is crafty and a professional seamstress.  

With these pantings, she can not plan an out come as each one turns out different. They are all a little surprise as she does her magic. I dont know how she does it, but since it’s called “acrylic pour” I assume she pours it on their somehow. 

Here are few of her pieces. 

These will look great in a home or office. She makes different sizes. Each painting is one of a kind made with Acrylic Paint on a light weight cotton canvas then topped with a seal of thin varnish which also adds shine. The paint rolls over the edges so it does not need a frame. 

If you would like to own one of these original peices of art,  You can purchase one at JojisArt . She is always adding new ones as she creates them on her time away from her regular full time Job. Her talent does not stop here. She also makes beautiful wreaths which you may see added in her shop soon. 

So stop by JojisArt and take a look around. 

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  1. Thank you so much!! You have inspired me to look within and find my hidden talent. I LOVE painting. <3

  2. This is totally off topic, but I love the design at the top of your blog!

    1. Thank you. It was designed by

  3. Not exactly my type of art (but to be honest, art ain't really my thing as a whole) but I do like the middle one.

  4. I'm with Adam except I prefer #3, I do like it when a person decides to actually use that talent. Whether to actually sell it or just DO IT and HANG IT.

    OI have honestly thought of the Acrylic pour, but never went with it. I am a little cheap.

    Love from Florida!