The halls of the partial.......Abstractwww.ArtPal.com/Jarrett_Barboa
I never really believed it until I believed in myself.
Most artist aren't just gifted in one talent it is often 2, 3 or more, and I aimed to prove to myself that I am more than a Crisis Generator and covid19 was going to be my catalyst.
I was at hobby lobby when out no where I blurted to my partner " I'm gonna get an easel and some paints". I had never painted before. No training no medium classes just a urge to do it. Beside from home improvement and that one time I used model paints in a spin-art painting wasn't a thing or waas it? But I was determined to paint this time. june 4th 2020 I didn't know what I was doing but I went at it.
I had decided that using different mediums would be neat and it was, but I soon found that they dimensionalize the art and could sometimes muddle it up.
Then I recalled watching a segment on YouTube in regards to pour painting. I was impressed with the fluidity and the non opposed designs created. So I studied it oh you bet I failed and failed then one day it just clicked so I began my journey into fluid art painting .
It wasn't enough; I wanted to be out side of the box and I wanted to be somewhat unique and original. As a youngster art class always brought out the sunshine in me, I was sort of a one trick pony, but if it's landscapes you wanted by golly this kid could do them. So now I know what i excell at and full on fluid art is being done a 1000x fold but I not seen but a few combine the realism of nature and cross its path with the abstract of fluid art. Wow they lend to eachother quite, nicely, alas enough of my bantor. Take a gander for yourselves.