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In the late 1940's astist Jackson Pollock emerged pouring and splattering pots of paint onto canvas rather than using a
brush.
His technique helped define abstract art in a refreshingly frenzied
style. Pollock's work is referred to as "action painting", visually communicating the energy spent on every layer of paint applied.

Obviously the canine "Paw-licks"
approach the canvas with the same kind of reckless abandon that make Jackson's work so interesting!

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