Acrylic on 24" x 36" x 3/4" wrap canvas
Ready to hang
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Started this one a few weeks ago bringing it to a point that I really liked, yet did not feel it was quite where I wanted it to be. Left it alone for a while hoping and waiting for the next idea. Time paid off, as I got up one day with the idea for circles. I am always just a little leary of going back in on a painting that I am really liking, as the whole thing could possibly change. I am happy to say that the original composition and color scheme pretty much remained in tact as I worked the spheres in.
I'll have to confess...I am not the one who titles the painting. Now and then I will come up with one, but for the most part it can take me much longer to title a piece than to paint it. Lol.. it is my husband who works on the titles. So thankful! The questions I get asked are " So, what does it remind you of, or what where you thinking about?" Sounds easy enough...but from this I will have some long, long meaning of it all....somehow he is able to sort through and pick a title.
This list is pretty much all that it was reminding me of, from which he used the thesaurus to find the title.
Pelagic: abyssal, aquatic, boating, cruising, deep-sea, marine, maritime, navigating,navigational, oceangoing, oceanic, oceanographic, pelagic , rowing, sailing, sailorly, salty, sea-loving, seafaring, seagoing, thalassic, yachting
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Contemporary Abstract Artist