Abstract acrylic art is a high quality fine acrylic painting which is manufactured in France. It was first  created in the 20th century in order to help one express their thoughts and creativity. Abstract paintings are of many kinds such as two or three dimensional illustrations, small and huge display arts, and much more.

To make this art form popular among art enthusiasts, The Circle Community conducted an interactive Abstract Acrylic Flowers Workshop with expert artist Rhea Anand.

About The Artist

Rhea is a student who is studying in the 10th grade. She is passionate about art and has been painting since five years and likes to explore new styles of art on YouTube.

The Workshop Began

The workshop started off with an introduction of Rhea and her journey as an artist. Rhea welcomed all the participants and thanked the hosts for giving her the opportunity to share her knowledge on art. She introduced the abstract acrylic art and gave a background about it. She then began creating the artwork from scratch.

Rhea started drawing sketches of shapes and then coloured them. She first used yellow and dark green colours for the leaves, later adding blue colour and continued shading the circles in pink and purple. She also simultaneously answered the questions of the participants and motivated them to create their own artwork with her.

Towards The End Of The Workshop 

All the attendees created their abstract flower art and showed it to Rhea. She was delighted to see all the artworks and appreciated the participants. The workshop ended on a positive note.

The attendees were from different parts of the country. They also belonged to different age groups but their love for art brought them together on a single platform. The Circle Community, as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together. 

On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!

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