11x14" / 7/8" acrylic pour abstract created in the spring of 2020. This work is a multi-layered pour and an exploration of texture. For the first layer, I began by taping the canvas to create bisected triangle regions. I prepared pouring mediums using pearlescent white, pearlescent green and metallic gold. I layered the medium into a single cup and poured the mixture into each of the untaped regions. After letting it set, I removed the tape. For the second layer, I prepared pouring mediums using titanium white, ultramarine blue and teal. I layered the medium into a single cup and poured the mixture onto the center of the canvas. I gently titled the canvas until the surface and edges were completely covered by the medium. I then used a hair dryer to further maneuver and blend the medium. After letting it set for 30 mins or so I used a palette knife to create tears in the second layer allowing the colors from the first to become visible. As a final effect, after the painting had completely dried, I used an electric sander to smooth the surface of the work. The overall effect is a fascinating study in texture and transparency.