Jackson Pollock developed a technique called 'action painting'. He worked by placing his canvas upon the floor to enable him to work around all four sides. Pollock used anything to make splats, drips and lines. He also thought hard about the colours he used which reflected his emotions.
We used string, syringes, paint brushes (brush and end) and marbles to create the effect of action painting... and yes, we made a great mess but it was enjoyed by all!