Have you ever seen a monochrome abstract painting at an art gallery and thought, you could have done it yourself? The idea of doing your own art is a smart one as it will be a cost-effective and personable way of decorating your home.
Even if you don’t see yourself as a creative person, anyone can attempt at abstract art. All you need is a little bit of time, thick paper or canvas, brushes, paint and a cool idea that vibes with you.
For me, it’s monochrome abstract art that I love!
I’ve received a few questions about where I purchased this art over on Instagram and some of you were surprised when I say I Did It Myself.
You can find many ideas on Pinterest, and I’ve gathered a few myself. Check out my MONOCHROME ABSTRACT ART Pinterest board for inspiration.
Material and Tools Needed
- A pencil
- A Ruler
- A Tube of water-based Black Acrylic paint
- A Paintbrush
- Masking tape
- A compass if you want to draw round shapes
- 300gsm Paper for acrylic painting in A1 size to fit my frames
- Frames in A1 size or matching your paper size
Start by tracing your design with a pencil and a ruler. Then place your masking tape and start painting!
These frames are from John Lewis. (click to shop)
Paper, canvas, paint is from Cassart.co.uk
Good luck in your project! I’d love to see your DIY art if you try it. Find me on Instagram to share your creation!
If you like this post, you may like this other DIY post on how to create a Display Pedestal