Most all of the works seen here on this blog are for sale. Buying one of these means supporting the arts. And I hear supporting the arts makes people feel good.
These abstract paintings are becoming troublesome. I just can't feel them anymore. I feel successful in creating "the horizon ...". It is a painting with a lot of depth using mostly if not all neutral colors that crawl like a caterpillar on its back from one side of a square to the other seemingly stretching the symmetrical square into a less symmetrical rectangle. Put easier, a square panoramic? "Bullets.." does feel like a shield. "Hurry..." was a stoic piece that ended up screwy. The bowling pin was an exercise to take my mind away from itself for a while. Painting realistically is zenful.
Oh the colors,