Flow. Movement. Magic.

Fluid art blows the doors wide open.

I embrace art as a sacred practice, as I do my life and everything I create.

I’ve heard that the artist’s job is to show what she sees.

There are things I do that get me out of my head, like standing up and moving.

Like surrendering the desire to know what’s gonna happen and embracing what does.

Like taking care of myself, resting, eating well, and taking everything life hands me as lightly as I can.

Here’s how you can buy the art I make:

mailbox on side of house. Lid is painted with a variety of colors blending together. Medium is fluid acrylics. The front of the mailbox is silver.

Choose something I’ve already made. You’ll find a selection on my Payhip shop. And there’s way more in the studio (book a virtual studio visit and I’ll show you).

Want something in your colors or a specific size? I love commissions! Let’s talk about it.

Size matters. I work small, as big as I can in my tiny studio. My biggest pieces are 16×20ʺ (unless I’m doing a summertime driveway project, like a mailbox, or a table, or a larger canvas just for you 💜).

Learn fluid art at home!

The most fun you’ll ever have with art supplies.

Image of a section of a painting (blue and purple fluid acrylics) to advertise self-study e-course

For beginners and experienced pourers alike. Learn my favorite techniques, get all my best tips, including where to get what you need (helpful links included!)

headshot of Jenny Wilde

When you step into flow with Sue, magic happens.

She’s passionate and teaches with skill and humor.

— Jenny Wilde, artist