Autumn Will Come
About a week ago I was challenged to paint an abstract in blues. Blue was a colour I normally saved for seascapes and landscapes, seldom if ever did I use it in abstract painting.
I painted two, one that was very much in the style of a seascape and another. The second of these I called, “Spring Will Come Again.” I very quickly liked the finished work.
Since it was painted it has sat, in its plastic sleeve, on the cupboard in the kitchen, where I see it every time I am in there.
The other night while lying trying to sleep I saw a further three paintings in the same format. At the time I had my earphones under my pillow and I was listening to the music, Vivaldi, “Winter.”
Yesterday in spite of the bruising and pain of my morning event I painted the next in the series. I might add I am not painting them in the order I feel they should be, rather in the order of the palette that yells to me that day.
So this is , “Autumn Will Come.”
Like the, “Spring Will Come,” it is painted using acrylic paint on acrylic paper.
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