Stunning Pour Paintings by Holton Rower

Head on over to The Hole in New York right now (until May 26) and you’ll be able to experience an amazingly colorful exhibit by Holton Rower. The first New York solo exhibition for the artist, “Pour Paintings” is just that, they’re paintings created by carefully pouring paint over plywood. The result is incredible color combinations that are stunningly psychedelic. Make sure to watch the video at the end of this post to see how this type of beautiful art form takes shape.

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Photos via [The Hole] and [Scott Lynch]

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