I have been working on this one for several weeks. Yesterday I wasn’t satisfied with the other half of the painting and split it in half and switched the orientation and found out that I like it better this way! I added a bit of yellow acrylic and now I feel satisfied that it is finished.
I follow my inner creative in my decision making in what to paint or how. I had no preconceived idea on how to start this painting or finish. I wait until I get an idea of a shape or color and then follow along.
Setting aside a painting, especially an abstract is important, sometimes it takes a while for creativity. It is very odd that I’ll work on a painting and then discover that the orientation is different from my original plan. Here are the other posts about this series: Moonlight Abstract #1 Moonlight Abstract #2 and Falls Moonlight #3 & Co.
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