Amy Shackleton doesn’t use a paint brush. She uses gravity.

I always thought painting required either an extremely dexterous hand with a brush, or balls big enough to call something very arbitrary ‘artistic’.

This artist does neither, and the result is incredible.

She doesn’t use a paintbrush, and instead simply squirts some paint from a plastic bottle on the canvas, carefully monitoring the slowly spreading drip of the fresh paint. With a series of twists, turns, and handheld manipulation, she paints here a vision of two vastly different places–Toronto and Peru–in one coherent composition.

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