I don’t know what I was thinking or where I was going with this abstract piece but it just developed. And it was fun.
Shapes and colors colliding
Just because they could!’
This was the last page in my Arches 140# watercolor paper sketchbook. Now I can start my new one, same size, same paper.
This is about as different for me as it gets! And this is how it happened….I was uninspired yesterday and wondering what to paint so I thought I would throw some paint around in hopes of a pretty abstract. That didn’t happen so I started wondering if I could save the piece. Then my muse stepped forward and said it looked psychedelic so I added the dancer in black to get the most contrast. Now I liked it so I added a haiku:
Fling those arms and kick those feet
Moving and grooving’
Now I really like it and enjoyed the process of getting there.
Painting an abstract is so much fun!
‘Flamingo for one
Then, purple tail monkey
Gotta love abstract!’
Fun painting it and then more fun looking for something familiar.
#worldwatercolormonth -Day 27. Since the world watercolor month started I have been exposed to so many beautiful paintings, from total realism to dreamy to totally abstract. I just had to try an abstract.
It was interesting enough that I will probably try more. Interpretation is part of the fun.
Is that a bluebird?
The bluebird of happiness?
You could make it one!
My daughter gave me a beautiful hydrangea plant and I was playing around painting it and it ended up as an almost abstract.
Those pretty flowers
Lavender and baby blue