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Painting without a brush

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For us, painting with a brush is an intimidating prospect. Especially when numbers aren't involved.

But for 25-year-old artist Amy Shackleton, a brush is just a distraction. Her paintings are created through a process of squeezing paint out, letting it drip and then rotating the canvas to control the direction.

She combines natural and urban landscapes from places such as London, Toronto, Boston and Venice.

You can see more of her work here and a video of how she does it below:

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