The Naming (Or Lack Thereof)

I have, once again, made a new and pretty painting. This one is my favorite. I haven’t used a few of the colors on the pour, so I was far from sure how it could turn out. It’s pretty, though.

However, I am in a pickle.

Artists name their paintings.

When I look at it, I can’t really think of a name that is able to catch the heart of the painting. So here’s my question to all of you.

How would you go about naming an abstract painting like this one?


5 Comments Add yours

  1. 19dlm94 says:

    Within the shell

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  2. r.e.rhymes says:

    Space and Time or In the Deep

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  3. One Soul Speaking says:

    I love these and the process looks very fun. I really loved your last one also. They inspire me to be creative. Was it very costly to get supplies? I see in your painting a cliff, clouds, sedimentary layers, a giant tree with deep roots. I would call it the day the sky caved it, or the day the earth consumed the clouds.

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    1. 93bnmill says:

      Acrylic Pouring can get expensive. I find it’s useful to stock up on supplies, a bit at a time, before starting. Folkart Paint is a good start. At Walmart, there’s two different packs of paint for about $10 each, making $20 for paint. Use water to help the paint flow. Veggie oil, a drop or two in the paint, is cheap enough. The canvases, from what I’ve seen, is where things can get a bit expensive. For a pack of 12 on Amazon, it’s about $25.

      Not too expensive, but not exactly cheap. It can get on the high end if you do it a lot (like I tend to do). I do like what you saw in the painting, and, after looking at it myself, I was able to see a bit of it myself.

      I have another post with a new painting in it. If you liked this one, I think you’ll like the new one, too. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you keep on enjoying what I make! 🙂

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      1. Thank you. I have dozens of blank canvasses laying around so all I have to do is get the paint. I liked the setup you have , with the grate over something to catch the drippings. It looks messy. Thanks for giving me the info!

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