Above: Ken Avidor made this short video of my yearly Spin Art Ritual. If the embedded video doesn't work view it on You Tube.
The last thing I did on Tuesday after the wrap up meeting for the first Minnesota State Fair Sketch Out, was make two pieces of Spin Art. I make Spin Art every year. I explain why in the video. Could I be any more serious about something? (Note the furrowed brow!)
But could anything be more fun? Well few things are. If you want to know how to make "drippy drops" (a technical term among us Spin Art afficionados) you'll need to watch the video. Working under seriously difficult and limiting conditions—no color selection (only a smidge of green, red, blue, and yellow and boatloads of black); crowds of pre-teens waiting to paint Frisbees—I have the time of my life creating two pieces of Spin Art for $5. Frankly, it is so much fun it shouldn't be legal.