Decorate your walls with this Simple and Easy to follow DIY Abstract Mountains Wall Art. Learn how to paint a beautiful abstract piece perfect for beginners.
Lately, I have noticed I am into painting a lot more than usual. Maybe it has something to do with keeping my mind off whatever is happening in the world for just those few hours while I paint. And I have to tell you it makes a lot of difference.
If you haven’t already, grab some paintbrushes and canvas and create something. Trust me you will love it!
If you are hesitant of painting flowers or landscape on wall arts the best route to take in my opinion is Abstract design. Not only does it look great but it takes the pressure off making something perfect.
Now let’s get into today’s super easy to make DIY Abstract Mountains Wall Art.
Tutorial for DIY Abstract Mountains Wall Art
This DIY Painting Idea is great for a beginner as it is a few wavy lines layered on top of each other.
I first painted the entire white canvas in a pastel green shade and when it was dry, using a pencil I sketched out a few wave patterns which were going to be our abstract mountains.
I chose shades of greens and pinks acrylic paint colors for the mountains. You could of course choose any color of your liking.
I have seen black and white versions that look beautiful as well neutral beige/ blush pink colors which look stunning as well.
I of course love color which is why I went with this color selection. If you saw my recent Balcony Makeover you would have seen the stunning Abstract Wall Art that I painted to brighten up the entire space. And I think it really worked!
Since this is an abstract art piece you could do whatever your heart desires. If you would like to see a video version of this process just scroll further down where I show you how to paint abstract mountains.
I started off with the darkest blue shade to the lightest, layering it on top of each other but keeping a clear demarcation as well.
On the other side I chose purple and pink colors and starting with the darkest to lightest pink I added on the layers.
You will need to switch around the paintbrushes sizes as it makes it much easier to fill out corners and to keep the lines as clean as possible.
Use a circular object you have on hand, trace out a circle, and then fill it out with the Copper Metallic Paint.
I added some final details by using a thin paintbrush and white paint to create some wavy lines.
And that was basically it.
I really kept the design simple this time around as it was more so activity to get my mind off things and I think it looks pretty good.
It didn’t take that long and was really easy to make as well. I also think framing this piece would make a huge difference.
But what do you guys think?
Simple, Clean and colorful.