Splattered/Dripped

About

The use of a dripped or splattered art material—usually paint—characteristically in paintings. While Jackson Pollock is the most well-known "dripper," artists before him experimented with the technique, primarily those involved with the Dada and Surrealist movements. In general, the choice to drip or splatter reflects an interest in rejecting traditional methods of painting and connecting directly with the energies of the body.