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#9060 Fortunate Compelling Tattered Bloom Risking Leftover Glop Fluid Art 12.23.2022intuitive art

Expressionist Fluid Art Studio Priscilla Batzell
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#9060 Fortunate Compelling Tattered Bloom Risking Leftover Glop Fluid Art 12.23.2022intuitive art
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Cell activators-Pebeo iridescent blue-green mixed with Aussie Floetrol
Atelier Prussian Blue & Aussie Floetrol
Amsterdam Black and white with Aussie Floetrol

Base/Pillow Paint-Sherwin Williams White ( nothing added) in eggshell
* Leftover paint colors contained a substantial amount of Verve Violet also from Sherwin Williams

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I am using a 12″ x 12″ stretched canvas. The colors I am using are mostly Prizm pour acrylic colors and Primary Elements Pigment powders by Colour Arte.

Recipes for mixing Prizm Pour paint, for general pouring. The Prizm Pour Acrylic paints are mixed with Vivid Poly Pour or Vivid enamel( both available from Colour Arte )to both extend and help them flow more easily. In a container begin by adding 25% of your expected volume of GAC 800, fill with Vivid poly pour or Vivid enamel, to just more than halfway full. Fill the remainder with paint color sure to leave room to mix. Mix thoroughly and transfer to a larger container such as a squeeze bottle or a container with a very tightly fitting lid.
If you are using Floetrol I recommend(at most) an estimated 10% of the total already mixed. A squirt of distilled water to thin if desired. Recently I have begun to add a squirt of Jo Sonja gloss varnish for shine instead of water to thin.

The usual Cell activators used here are mixed into Aussie Floetrol, estimated 3/4 Aussie Floetrol1/4 paint, alternative mixtures can also be a half-and-half mixture of Aussie Floetrol… depending on your preferences. I have found a number of brands that work for me, including Golden colors. Colors by Atelier favs are Rich Gold and Black,1 by Masters Touch( Dioxazine Purple), Pebeo’s acrylic iridescent Gold -Iridescent Blue Violet, Iridescent blue-green 1/3 acrylic paint added into 2/3 Aussie Floetrol. Heavier viscosity recipes work too. I like 50-50 also. Other colors can be used as cell activators.
An alternative Cell activation recipe using American Floetrol (same ratios)must include 10 drops of Minwax pre-stain wood conditioner added for every 2 ounces of mixed paint. Other recipes for drops added may vary. This works for me. I strongly recommend adding GAC 800 by Golden as an addition to all colors (25%) to avoid crazing. This is especially true if you are using the bloom style of pouring paint if you have not allowed the paint to stretch as far as it will go. All the paints I use are acrylic paints mixed with additives to help them flow more easily.

I advise a well-ventilated room and those with respiratory issues to avoid paint pouring or use a respirator. Air bubbles in the paint should be released before they result in hard dry bubbles. A sharp object such as a skewer is used to remove the bubbles in evidence while the artwork is still wet. Also if there is no house-paint base being used, a torch lightly passed over the surface to pop bubbles is also acceptable. Every day I learn new things.

I will never stop experimenting and am happy to share what I discover with you. These artworks are my art therapy and my vocation. I am priscilla batzell instinctive spontaneous painter of contemporary art.


  1. Beautiful! Happy new year! Wishing you the best for 2023 🥳 💜

  2. Your lighting shows no glare. That takes ingenuity, and time. (New phone, better view) Am I five yrs to late with this comment? LoL Beautiful process Priscilla, Gorgeous result.

  3. You stopped at just the right time! It’s gorgeous!

  4. This is so fine. Love how it turned out. Does cell activator go bad?

  5. Brenda Allender aka CreationFromtheTable says:

    Gorgeous for leftover paint especially!!!

  6. I'm trying to understand how cells are created. I thought the cell activator needs to be thinner than the other paints and that it would go on top. At about the 9:00 minute mark in the video you added a dark color to your spatula and then a very thin white paint on top (which I was thinking was the cell activator), but when you put it on the canvas the white paint was under the darker color. I feel like I'm missing something when it comes to cell creation.

  7. Just to be clear, I watch and enjoy every video you create. Your knowledge and use of color is something I want to learn. (ColorArte was smart to make you an affiliate.) Also, as in this painting, I'm amazed that no matter how far astray a painting goes from your original intention, you find a way to make it unique and beautiful. I think your confidence in being able to do that is what makes you so intriguing as an artist.

  8. Beautiful!!! Love the petals…so pretty! 😊🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺

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