Tina Swearingen

Since she began creating art in 2007, Tina Swearingen’s focus has evolved from repurposed conceptual art into the creativity and flow of acrylic pouring. Her pours are inspired by the movement and colors of Southern Arizona's amazing thunderstorms, and the majestic beauty of the Pacific Northwest, which she now calls home.

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The Acrylic Pour Swipe

The acrylic pour swipe, also called swiping can be used for a variety of reasons. Some artists do nothing but swiping as they enjoy the diversity it provides, others may use it to highlight and define a specific area, create a form—or the illusion of a form and of course there is always the cover …

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Don’t Toss Me Yet! 5 Tips for Salvaging a Less Than Perfect Pour

We’ve all been there…looking at a painting you poured last night and now that it’s dried you’re thinking, Yikes! I’ve seen so many beautiful saves by amazing artists on AcrylicPouring.com, most of the time it’s extremely intimidating to me. I’ll occasionally use the silhouette strategy, but even with that, I can screw up what should …

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