New York-based artist Holton Rower (and friends) create these boldly colored abstract works called “Pour” paintings from…you guessed it: pouring paint.
While playing with the fact that paint is a liquid is nothing new, it’s fascinating that these works are so engaging. It’s obvious how they were created, and the effect is something we all experimented with in elementary school art class. Plus, I love that these pieces are necessarily also 3D sculptures, as there needs to be an added element of height from which to let the paint flow.
Watching these things in process is amazing; they serve as both paitings and kinetic sculptures. Check out this video: