I have an unsightly electrical panel in my kitchen. But, luckily I found a way to cover it using an Abstract Water Lily Painting.
Best of all, I recycled an old canvas and used paints I had to create an abstract painting that goes with the colors in my kitchen. Want to make your own? I created a video tutorial so you can paint along!
But, first here are some supplies you’ll need.
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- 16″ x 20″ canvas (measure your circuit breaker box if covering one)
- Variety of paint brushes
- DecoArt Teal Green
- DecoArt Neon Lights Green Energy
- DecoArt Bright Salmon
- DecoArt Cadmium Yellow
- DecoArt Oyster Beige
- DecoArt Raw Umber
- DecoArt Titanium White
- DecoArt Gold
- Spray bottle
- Sta Wet Palette
Do some research and find images you are drawn to. Use them as inspiration but don’t copy them. Feel free to view my Pinterest board of art ideas for this water lily painting.
Follow along as I show you how to paint this abstract water lily painting:
Let your painting dry and hang it up!
I love that this painting coordinates with the colors in my kitchen and covers up the ugly electrical panel.
Do you have an ugly electrical box? Or do you want to create some beautiful abstract art? Either way, I hope you enjoy this tutorial.
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