It's always interesting to see what emerges in an abstract painting.....not at all what I thought I was happening -did not think I was painting anything coastal....maybe you see nothing coastal in this piece- that is the beauty of abstract art- each viewer sees something completely different - based on their personality and personal experiences.
This day in the studio was a "play day". No commissions- or deadlines- just playing for the sheer FUN of it.....back to my abstract roots.
When I stepped away from this piece, I admit I was a little confused- but when I went back into the studio the next morning- I saw a school of beautifully colored little fish...and big fish leading little fish out of their little sea cave!!
"School in Session"
30"x40"x1.5 Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
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New Years Day I Shared Some News....if you missed it- you can read it HERE
Yesterday I shared a video clip of Jim Rohn- a business leader whose books and videos have greatly motivated me over the years and continue to do so.
Here is another one of my favorite Jim Rohn quotes:
"Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment."
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