Pouring Art Disability Pride Month: Disability, Bipolar, and Autism

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Pouring Art Disability Pride Month: Disability, Bipolar, and Autism

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(Disability Pride Flag)

Today, I got around to posting the flags I made for Disability pride month. I made three different versions of the disability flag.

The other two flags are for bipolar and autism. I hope that you find my new artwork amusing and inspiring.

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(Disability Pride Flag)

I first prepared the wooden panels by adding gesso to it. The layer of gesso had to be really thin.

This allows for a smooth flow of the pouring paints. The bipolar flag is not the official flag. I just thought that it was an interesting design for it.

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(Disability Flag)

You can either love it or you can hate it. I use a straw to blow on the blue side of the painting.

For the yellow side, I used a stick to create the swirl pattern. The yellow represents the manic and the blue the depressive side.

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(Autism Flag)

For the autism flag, I painted the infinity sign with white paint. I then blew the infinity outwards.

That is how I created that interesting pattern. The other three paintings were made with different techniques.

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(Bipolar Flag)

The sideways one was done by just pouring the paint and letting gravity do the work. I painted the black sides first in order to trap the colors in the middle.

The abstract looking one was done with a funnel type of thing. I added a single droplet of black paint to give it a bit of solidity to it.

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The golden, copper and silver one I combed over it. I also added a bit of glitter into the mix.

Everything looks better with glitter. It gives texture and the final form shines quite nicely. As before, I took two photographs of the paintings.

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The first version features the wet acrylic, while the other shows the finished dry results.

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I think I talked enough about my pouring art.

If you see someone with a disability, please be nice to them.

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My name is Teresita Blanco, the Artsy Sister.

Bye, bye and God bless.

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