Let’s Make a Painting: Inspired by Action August 14, 2020
Abstract Expressionist icon Jackson Pollock is famous for his “action painting” method—using the full force of his body to repeatedly splash liquid paint onto the huge canvases he placed on the floorboards of his studio in East Hampton, New York.
Create an Action Painting
Take a page out of Pollock’s book and create your own work of art using his energetic method. Follow along with the how-to guide and video for this family-friendly art activity, inspired by the artist’s painting Number 6 from the MFAH collection of modern and contemporary art.
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