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Free Abstract Art Printable

Raise your hand if you love free art…I know I do! I am excited to share this free abstract art printable with you!

When I first started blogging, it took me a very long time to identify myself as an “artist”. I knew I was a mom, a wife, and I liked to create, but it seemed like a big reach to call myself an actual artist. Even though I loved to paint, and draw, it wasn’t something I had gone to school for or gotten a degree in.

free abstract art printable by Jennifer Rizzo

The first time I referred to myself as an “artist” I felt like I was lying. The words felt so foreign rolling off of my tongue. I think I was almost afraid if I said it, that someone would call me out, and think I was being silly (A few years ago, I realize it’s actually a real thing called “impostor syndrome”, and many of us feel that way all of the time, in all kinds of different ways.). Honestly, I was relieved when I realized that it was ok to identify myself with something I do, and fully embrace it.

Abstract art above mantel and brass candle sticks

In exploring all kinds of art techniques and mediums in the last few years (like this abstract agate paint techinque, or this way to paint with a putty knife.), I found one thing I really loved was painting abstract art. I  get inspiration and colors from a lot of flowers in nature, like the greens and pinks in these snapdragons.

Snap dragons in a spring vase in livingroom Jennifer Rizzo

coffee table vignette idea Jennifer Rizzo

While I really love still-life, sculpture, design and pattern, abstract art has a special place in my heart because there are really no rules. It’s all about what you like when the paint goes on the canvas…and if you don’t like it, it can be fixed. Acrylic paint is very forgiving.

Boho living room with plants on mantel and abstract art Jennifer Rizzo

While I love painting abstract art, the best is when I get to teach it. I love the looks on people’s faces in workshops when they put paint to canvas, and see how freeing it is.

This painting actually started out much darker, and while I love it, I ended up painting over much of it with white paint, and I love it even more! It’s perfect displayed  on my faux mantel with vintage brass candlesticks, and all of my plants. It feels very springy and fresh to me.

 

Colorful abstract art and plant in living room Jennifer Rizzo

Just right click on the below image to save and print. You can also find other art printables here.

Free abstract art printables by Jennifer Rizzo

You can print this on regular card stock, it would make lovely note cards. It would even be nice for a background for mixed media art. If you really love this free abstract art printable , I would be thrilled if you would pin it to Pinterest so others can find it and enjoy it as well!

Make sure you don’t miss the other bloggers sharing their free printables below!

Ingredient Substitutions List by Ella Claire | Homemade Lemon Curd Labels by Happy Happy Nester | I’ll Wash You Dry by Zevy Joy | Plants on a Shelf Watercolor by Craftberry Bush

Vintage botanicals and butterflies by Town and Country Living | Kitchen Measurements by anderson + grant | DIY Linen Spray and Printable Labels by Clean and Scentsible | Colorful Painting by Jennifer Rizzo

Definition of Home by Home Made Lovely | Pineapple Print by Making Home Base | Home Sweet Home by Lolly Jane | Balanced Coffee by Taryn Whiteaker

Home is Where you Park it by Tidbits | Watercolor Lemon Series by The Happy Housie | Plants Grow Towards You by Nest of Posies | The Garden Journal by On Sutton Place

Semper Fidelis by Paint Me Pink | Feathers by Twelve on Main | They Broke Bread in their Homes by Live Laugh Rowe | Laundry Co. by My Someday in May

Watercolor Herb Prints by Nina Hendrick

9 Comments

  1. This makes me so happy. It’s so pretty and spring-y–just what I need on a cold, rainy April day. Thanks for sharing.

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