Examples of very creative techniques that you can achieve with acrylic paint: Splattering, Pouring, Dripping, Texturing, Sponge painting, Masking, Collage, etc.

How to Paint with Acrylics: Creative Painting Techniques

Painting tips for beginners. A guide to acrylic paint techniques you can use to get creative effects: Splattering, Pouring, Masking, Collage, and more.

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Abstract: It is an example of abstract art because it is taking a city scene and distorting the image. The colors used and the way the artist has distorted the image makes it seem like a rainy day was being painted as it seemed to the artist.

Using only white drawing paper, scissors, blades and glue students were asked to create an abstract paper relief that represents their personal style of working on an assignment or coming up with an idea.  This blog is written by an art teacher, and they post all their students' work and such. Very nice

Using only white drawing paper, scissors, blades and glue students were asked to create an abstract paper relief that represents their personal style of working on an assignment or coming up with an idea.

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Continuity X 3 X / Sculpture In Zurich, Built Destroyed 1948 by Max Bill

Subtractive Styrofoam Sculpture: Students look at examples of abstract sculpture made by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi, and create an abstract sculpture that represents an emotion through color and form. - See more at: http://www.thesmartteacher.com/exchange/resource/33/Expressive-Sculpture#sthash.Q6BfeBDI.dpuf

abstract expressionism sculpture Subtractive sculpture based on an emotion Student work Ninth Grade Art

High school art exam project by Tarika Sabherwal, based on the topic: 'A bunch of keys'. An excellent example showing the journey from realism to abstraction - awarded Top in the World! (100%)

Ideas for Abstraction: International GCSE Art exam 100%

A thorough and comprehensive International GCSE Art exam by Tarika Sabherwal based on the still life topic: ‘A bunch of keys’. This work was awarded Top in the World.

3. This piece of art is an example of how a viewer may need context to help better understand the art work. With drawings such as these, backgroup is useful in decoding the images purpose or meaning because it is not completely direct.

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