The Easiest Turquoise Abstract Art Ever – DIY

January 14, 2016

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So,  I think I just continue to out-do myself in terms of easiest DIY projects ever. Remember how I said my Ikea Hack Curtains and DIY Chalkboard were the easiest projects ever? Well….I think this turquoise abstract art beats both of those on the easy, half-a$$ scale.

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Here is my framed, DIY art.  I will reveal the painstckingly complex process I went thru to produce such a work of art ( sarcasm obviously).

And as I am writing this tutorial I am listening to David Bowie, so forgive me if I come off as distracted. So sad to hear of his passing.

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So basically all you need is 8×10 canvas paper, a paint brush, turquoise paint and a matted frame.

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I used a sample size of latex paint I got from target called “Devine Pond”.

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Ready to have your mind blown?

Take your paint brush, dip it in the paint and draw three horizontal lines onto your canvas paper and let dry. Voila! You are a freaking Picasso.

To give the piece some interest, I suggest not making each line the same…apply some variation to your strokes.

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Add it to a vignette or gallery wall, and there you go. I believe the key to pulling this look off is the matted frame, without the frame, I think it would probably just look like something your toddler (or cat) crafted. In my opinion, I think you could put anything in a nicely matted frame and pull it off as being art….just saying.

Hopefully this inspired some of you. Now get out there and design some good vibes!

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3 Comments
    1. Not a Picasso but a Rothko. He used to divide his canvases into three sections. Yeah, I get you Erica, I’d feel the same way listening to Bowie!

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