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January 04, 2007|By LAKAILA WILLIAMS

jacksonpollock.org

What's the point? -- Jackson Pollock was one of America's most notable artists and a forerunner in the abstract art movement of the 1940s. He's known largely for his "splatter" paintings, and this site lets you attempt his methods on the computer screen.

What to look for --It's simple: Just glide your mouse across the screen, and "paint" splatters will fall. Click the mouse, and the color will change. Make your own Jackson Pollock-style original, and although you may not be able to sell it for a Pollock price, you'll still have a ball expressing yourself through art.

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