Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Art Technique

You don't have to be a trained artist to create a cool landscape painting for your space; you just need some COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paints and Acrylic Paints, and this tutorial from artist Stacie England. Wait, did we say landscape art created with spray paint? Yes we did! Read on for a quick tutorial then get out your spray paints and get ready to make some art that keeps you inspired.

What you need:

- COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paint (shown in final photo: Stamped Passport, Shark!!!, Rainy Day, Cosmo, Emoji)

- COLORSHOT Premium Acrylic Paint (shown in final photo: Rainy Day, Marshmallow)

- Canvas

- Palette knife

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique - spray base

Brush a coat of acrylic paint onto the canvas for your basecoat. Spray the spray paint colors you would like for your sky onto the top portion of your canvas in abstract swatches.

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique - crisscross acrylic paint over spray swatches

Using your palette knife, smear acrylic paint over the top of the spray paint swatches in horizontal and vertical movements as shown. You're basically creating a crisscross style pattern.

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique - spray color for trees

Spray a horizontal swatch of the color you want to use for your tree landscape across the canvas starting with where you want your trees to meet the skyline.

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique - pull more acrylic paint over the top

Repeat using the palette knife to pull and blend acrylic paint upwards over the spray swatch (to form tree trunks), then horizontally (tree leaves).

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique - pull more acrylic paint over the top

Continue process, working your way down the canvas.

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique - repeat until finished

Repeat until you are happy with the look, then let dry completely.

COLORSHOT Landscape Spray Paint Art Technique

Such a fun way to create landscape art, right? Thanks for sharing this cool technique Stacie!