Not surprisingly, I have found a new love of art. Creating fluid art has become my new passion for many reasons in which you can read here.
If you’re thinking, what is acycrlic pouring? It goes by many names and forms such liquid or wet painting and puddle painting. Subcomponents are called funnel paintings, flip cup painting, swipe painting, open cup pour and many more.
Fluid painting comes with a fairly high pricetag. All art has a cost associated, but in particular the cost of acrylic pour paintings & fluid art will be more expensive than a typical acrylic painting because of additives and lots of run off paint.
So that you know the cost upfront, the break down and average cost of pour paintings and fluid is listed below.
Watch a few of my videos (see this post) to get an idea of fluid art and pour paintings.
Watching and creating are two very different activities.
Listed below is a list of most of supplies I currently use.
(I am not promoting the following products, but in clicking on the the affiliate links, I may earn a tiny fraction if you purchase. I only suggest products I use and like. ~thanks!! )
The prices are fluctuating greatly right now because of the market, so I have deleted average cost. However, initial prices for the basics: paint, medium mix, and canvases are upwards of a hundred dollars.
You can go cheaper or more expensive, but budget for at least $100.
Also, be prepared for a lot of waste when you first start acrylic pouring. Just start small and add supplies as you go along to lower the cost of acrylic pour painting and fluid art.
You may not like it after a while or you may become addicted!