Abstract paintings can be pretty weird to look at, but there’s seemingly much more to this kind of art than meets the eye. Abstract artists bring their paintings to life with a chaotic combination of colours and patterns, their innermost thoughts and feelings splattered on the canvas in an experience that’s as artistic as it is therapeutic. At Freestyle Painting Lab in London, your inner artist will splatter, sling, spin and spray colours as you push your creative boundaries and express yourself in the most colourful way possible. Or, as you just have fun slinging paint.
On selected dates over the coming months, attendees will be stepping into a world of colour at 85 Old Brompton Road to create their own masterpieces using a range of unconventional art techniques. But don’t worry about the mess. To keep the post-painting cleanup to a minimum, a protective outfit complete with gloves and goggles will be provided on site. Tickets are on sale now, so grab your paint blaster and slingshot and book your spot today!
Freestyle Painting Lab and what to know before you go
Creativity knows no bounds at Freestyle Painting Lab. In fact, the entire art rule book is practically thrown out of the window when participants use equipment like syringes, slingshots and paint blasters to wreak creative havoc on their canvas. What’s more, the whole experience is the perfect way to unleash any pent-up emotions and take a load off your mind. Green with envy? Red with rage? Feeling blue? Get it all off your chest with a rainbow of colours that’ll be at your disposal.
Although Freestyle Painting Lab appears to be taking a leaf out of Jordan Pollock’s book, you don’t have to be a bonafide abstract artist to get stuck in. No artistic talents or experience are necessary, just get ready to express your creative flair and let your inner thoughts and feelings do the painting for you. There’ll be creative experts on hand to show you the ropes and share different art techniques, but you’ll still have complete artistic control when creating your multicoloured magnum opus.