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.
This 8×10 canvas was done in a very simple flip cup method. Paint colors are mixed with a pouring medium and then all colors are layered in one cup. The paints are then poured directly onto the canvas and tilted to compose and also remove excess paint.
I painted this on 4th of July so the color choices seemed obvious. Jiggling the cup of paint while pouring creates it’s own unique effects.
MGM released this soundtrack to Doctor Zhivago in 1965.
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!