You’ll learn to take advantage of natural, organic shapes in fluid paint. With each of the painting styles you learn, you’ll create a new set of tiny paintings that, once dry, will serve as a template for your patterns, drawings, and inventive art projects.
With over five hours of video instruction, and her inviting, warm style, artist Amy Maricle will show you how to make your own highly unique mini art journals and liquid art projects.
What’s special about this course is not just the fun of playing with high flow acrylic paint, it’s learning how to work small and weave more art into your life. You’ll see how making a “little” art all the time will help keep your creative juices flowing.
“Amy has created a truly magical art technique that enables all of us to achieve success……..the process is really quite addictive!” – Katie Flowers
You’ll learn to:
- Create a fluid art practice that fits into your life by working small
- Make galactic and underwater inspired tunnel journals full of layers and depth
- Learn gorgeous organic drawing patterns and animal illustrations
- Write beautiful stories inspired by your paintings
This class includes:
- 12 lessons and over 7 hours of video
- Full class PDF with written instructions and pattern and drawing skill cheat sheets
- Access to Amy and a private Facebook group for questions and sharing
- Tons of project ideas and an inspiration gallery
- Lifetime access to the class content to allow you to work at your own pace
- Take a sneak peek at the class page now!
For a complete list of supplies with links, click here: Supplies – Updated
What Students Are Saying about Fluid Art:
“I want so much for others to realize how much fun Fluid Art is. Every night this week I have been making mini masterpieces. It has truly opened up a fun and relaxing way of making art without the inner critic. Amy, your amazing skills have started us all on this exciting journey with Fluid Art. I can’t thank you enough.” – Chris Anthony
“I just want to thank you for showing me how to create again, open up, use my masterpieces and learn a new medium using the high flows… You showed me how I can create again effortlessly and with few art supplies and I can do it anywhere since I lead a pretty mobile lifestyle. I’m in heaven and can’t thank you enough.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I’ve only known about you for about a week now but you’ve helped me so much to mend my heart and soul and find joy again in art.”
– Lori, Atlanta, GA
Art by Fluid Art Student, Susie Davis
“Amy has created a truly magical art technique that enables all of us to achieve success! Because the artworks that we make are so small, it means the whole process is wonderfully portable… I can keep doodling whenever a short span of time is available. The potential of using fluid acrylics in this way is great fun and the permutations are endless……..the process is really quite addictive!” – Katie Flowers
“I wanted to tell you that what you are doing with this online workshop is fabulous. All the videos thus far have been wonderfully helpful, your examples are beautiful, and I’m feeling so inspired – my drawing table is full of ‘mini-masterpieces’ and I’m looking forward to being able to take them along with me wherever I go. Thank you in advance for sharing these techniques and reminding me that art is accessible…for anyone.”
– Melinda Downey Schultz
“With my art in the past, I’ve felt not worthy or disappointed in my results. I am having so much fun with the high flow paints. I’m not totally in control so it’s like part of my responsibility is released in a way thats’ really freeing. I’m fascinated with how the different paints repel or sink, float or pull, and then watching them creep, while figuring out what to do …. do I tip it? Or blow, or spray water? It’s just so much fun!!! Who knew?!”- Lisa Moriarty
“When Amy released the class I devoured it all in one sitting and then kept making. This is the result… I now have a strong art practice that has taken over my house and that I find it very hard to tear myself away from!” – Mel McFadden
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This class is NOT art therapy. For more information on art therapy, click here.