This LP was my very first album pour, done with the tree ring method. I was pleased to have achieved clear ring lines, and also to have hit on such an intriguing composition. I didn’t think to cover the label on this first one, but it is still identifiable as Petula Clark’s “Downtown” album, released in 1965. I still love that title song!
Vinyl LP albums make a great round substrate for paint pouring, and add yet another unique element to each painting. They are protected with an acrylic sealant. I make an effort to leave the label on the back clean enough to identify. I will add a sawtooth hanger to the back of the album; if you want a very specific orientation, just let me know so I can place the hanger accordingly.
The original album cover with a sleeve will be provided; be aware that most album covers aren’t pristine but show wear-and-tear as they have been banging around for decades!