When I was 14 years old, I first encountered acrylic pouring technique through a television documentary. Along with my older sister, I bought cheap acrylic paint and experimented by mixing it with water. At first, the result looked great, but soon cracks formed in the thick layer of paint, which discouraged us. Although I already had a lot of joy in art at that time, my artistic development was limited.
In 2019, I rediscovered art and stumbled upon pouring technique again through Instagram. This time, I devoted myself to researching on the internet to find out how to do it right. It didn’t work immediately, but I was passionate about it. Since then, there has been no stopping. I am particularly fascinated by the unpredictability of the color flows and cell formation in pouring technique. Each painting surprises me anew.
With my abstract art, I can leave everyday life behind and simply relax. I do not follow any rules, principles, or guidelines. I intuitively choose the colors, and my works open access to the depths of my soul.
My mother Lisa Jost is also creatively active and creates beautiful paper cuts, take a look!