Makes No Sense
- 100% cottom stretched canvas 81 x 101 x 1.5 cm (32x40x0.75 inch).
- Acrylic and mixed media.
- Each painting is finished with a light coat of varnish.
- The sides are painted with acrylic white.
- It is worth noting that actual colours of the images shown here may slightly vary depending on your screen.
This Abstract Painting
The main colours I used in this painting are yellow ochre, orange, black and white.
I used my hand to spread the paints over the stretched canvas hoping to begin feeling the painting while playing my favourite music. I do that a lot as I think it helps me to physically touch the paints and begin a new journey not knowing where it will take me.
Beginning the experience of a new journey is always very exciting even though I have no clue where we’re heading, but I always know it will be great fun and I look forward to experimenting with the unknown. It’s really hard to describe, but the journey touches so many exciting and joyful emotions that brings almost complete harmony to the soul.
In this abstract painting, black dominates all other colours but the firey orange/red shows its strong effect bringing a bit of a balance aided by yellow ochre and, of course, white.
The whole process of non-represenational abstract painting is really great joy and a fantastic stress release. I have been talking to many people about it and how easy it could be. It isn’t about the end result at all. Just let go and enjoy the journey – it’s simple.
I tried to explain more about it in an article – Abstract Art Makes No Sense. Have a look and let me know what do you think.
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