Acrylic and enamel on canvas. Approx 50"Wx36"H
This painting is a good example of a phase I go through with almost all of my works. A constant reworking and almost tumbling into the final product is how I paint. Many times, I do not set out with a concept, and can often end in a place very far from where the first strokes leave me. One painting will sometimes be 1000 destroyed paintings by the time is is completed. It is both a satisfying and frustrating process for me. All of my mistakes are yelling at me to be fixed, and that never seems to end. This painting ended in a high energy phase- but if I were to be standing in front of it right now- it would most definitely be screaming at me to fix it.
I have friends who are still angry with me for taking my art from their homes, changing it, and returning it.
I think she is in "Heaven" as well. I need to verify this.