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By admin • • 14 Dec 2014

ThumbnailSound Wave

Sound Wave – Sold

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate sheets
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced July 2013

ThumbnailReef

Reef – Sold

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate sheets
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced July 2013

ThumbnailNo Brain

No Brain – Sold

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on stretched canvas
36x24x1.5 inches / 91x61x4cm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced August 2013

ThumbnailBeehive

Beehive – Sold

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on stretched canvas
40x30x1.5 inches / 101x76x4cm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced February 2014

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Hydrochloric

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate sheets
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced December 2012

ButterFingers
Butter Fingers

Original abstract painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced December 2012

BubbleGum700Front

Bubble Gum – Sold

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on stretched canvas
40x30x3/4 inches / 101x76x2cm.
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced September 2012

Lava Love A4

Lava Love

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced July 2013

Little Painting

Little Painting

Original abstract painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced December 2012

Hoppers Dinner A4

Hoppers Dinner

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced July 2013

Mud Slide  (Duplicate)
Mud Slide

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced December 2012

Shampoo A4
Shampoo

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced April 2013

Over flow
Overflow

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced December 2012

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Pandora

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced December 2012

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Untitled 1 – Sold

Original abstract fluid painting
Acrylic on 150 micron acetate
A4 – 297mm x 210mm
By Jacob Sutton, Melbourne, Australia
Produced 2012

14 Responses

  1. angelo

    Bellissimooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.

  2. angelo

    Semplicemente fantastico.

  3. Angelo

    Semplicemente meraviglioso. Grazie infinite e auguri vivissimi.

  4. tab

    I am obsessed with your techniques! I hope you guys could make a workshop in Bali/Jakarta.

  5. I don’t know whether it’s just me or if everybody else experiencing problems with your blog. It appears as if some of the written text in your posts are running off the screen. Can someone else please provide feedback and let me know if this is happening to them too? This could be a issue with my internet browser because I’ve had this happen previously. Appreciate it|

  6. John Linsky

    Your work is awesome! I spent more time trying to get latex acrylic paints to work and ran into cracking and all kinds of issues. I really respect the scientific approach that you take to mixing paints etc. I would really like to better understand the ratios for working with neon colors and the color Orange. I can’t seem to get them quite right with Chromacryl (Love Chromacryl BTW). Any helpful information would be much appreciated!
    Keep up the great work bro and thank you for sharing what you do!

    • admin

      Thank you John, I assume you’re the one who asked me about orange and neon colors on Youtube. Otherwize you’ve been waiting a really long time. Yeah Chromacryl behaves itself most of the time. I must have got lucky because it was the second brand I tried. Only recently been test driving new products so thanks for the info on the latex acrylic attempt. Anything else let me know.

      • John Linsky

        Yes, that was me! I need to thank you! The advice that gave me was excellent! I have been working with the paints and they are perfect. No more cracking and I am experimenting with techniques and mixtures that look incredible! I owe it to you! I would love to email you some work that is a direct result of what you have helped me with. Again, thank you so much and I will continue to drop in and check out your amazing work!

  7. Hi there….LOVE LOVE LOVE your paintings.
    Thank you for sharing your video on youtube. I just started, literally, my second painting…have now idea what I’m doing. Inspired by your video, I tried the pour art, but bought the wrong medium, got Flow instead of Pour. Didn’t turn out too good, but going to try again. It was fun anyway.

    Thank you for your inspiration.
    Respectfully
    Lynda

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