Jackson Pollock created his unique style of drips and splashes by dipping a stick or his brush into a can of paint and allowing it stream onto his canvas. Controversial in there day, his iconic work appear to be the embodiment of pure creative energy. Some would argue that Jackson Pollock was using the law of physics, manipulating the dynamics of fluid and gravity to achieve his desired effect. This is according to analysis of Pollock’s work by Claude Cernuschi, a renowned art historian, physicist and mathematician.
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