Category Archives: Abstract Art

Nebula

nebula, interstellar cloud dust, abstract painting,

 

Nebula  $50

Mixed Media  6″ x 6″

The title feels fitting for this piece. I never thought I would love making abstract paintings as much as I do.

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Therm

Therm, Man, Man with goatee, abstract art, metallic painting

Therm   $50

Mixed Media    6″ x 6″

Day 22 of 30 in 30. Happy with the color and energy.

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Poppies

Poppies, red poppies with gold, poppies in landscape

Poppies  SOLD

Mixed Media  6″ x 6″

Reminded of how much I love to look out at fields of poppies while traveling by train in Europe.

The gold in this painting isn’t picked up in the photograph but gives the painting a luminescent quality.

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Reflections


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 Reflections  SOLD

Mixed Media    6″ x 6″

I love when the reeds glow at the end of a summer day. Everything turns brilliant gold and orange. Day 18 of Leslie Saeta’s 30 in 30 challenge. There are so many  artists participating. You might want to click on the link and see the hundreds of works posted.

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Whirl

Whirl, abstract painting, copper, red, blue, confluence,

 

Whirl   SOLD

Mixed Media   6″ x 6″

Today is day 17 of  Leslie Saeta’s 30 in 30 painting challenge. I have gotten off track due to illness but hope to try some more abstracts. I have found I have a big learning curve ahead of me. I wish I could be meandering the Modern Museum as I welcome the inspiration.

Still working on my curious creature paintings and I hope to have some finished soon.

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Reeds

 

Reeds

Reeds  $100

Mixed Media 12″ x 9″

Catching the glow of late afternoon light on autumn reeds.

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Fire

Fire 2015 ©psd

Fire  50.00

Mixed Media 6″x6″

I have taken a slight departure with my abstracts for day 7 of Leslie Saeta’s 30 in 30 challenge. I’m getting bolder with my application of paint. Here is a dancing fire to keep everyone warm who is caught under the cold spell. When I woke this morning, I saw sea fog (advection fog) rising up along the Sakonnet River.

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