Thursday, February 28, 2013

Stacked (in the city)

So I am taking an abstract painting class and I have to say abstract painting is tough, tough, tough! But thoroughly enjoyable. This is acrylic on canvas, 15"x30". Below is a detail.


11 comments:

Lesley said...

Love it! Wonderful balance of colour and lots of movement. Can I see spring in there LOL?

Michelle V. Alkerton, mixed media artist said...

If you don't mind my asking, where are you taking the class? I haven't heard of any abstract painting classes, though I enjoy Rolina van Vliet's book Abstracts: 50 Inspirational Projects"
Stay inspired!

Barbara Muir said...

You may find it hard, but you're wonderful with abstract work.

XO Barbara

Sue Marrazzo said...

This is GREAT!!!!
Kim, You out did yourself!

Sue Marrazzo said...

This is GREAT!!!!
Kim, You out did yourself!

Sandra Busby said...

It's wonderful!
I see trees in the background with maybe waterfalls and perhaps a holiday park in the foreground... I wonder what everyone else sees? :0)

Randall Cogburn said...

That usually happens with something you try new. Keep working at it if you like abstract.

~Randall

Crystal Cook said...

I bet it's tough. I wouldn't have any idea of where to start! I like this one a lot Kim. How do you come up with the ideas?? I'd really like to know that. :)

Stephanie Berry said...

I'm a fan of your abstracts. I love Park too. I agree with you that abstract is tough. Getting the right balance of color/form/movement.

Aubrey Studebaker said...

Love, love, love!

Lisa Nagel said...

i love the colours!! great!!

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