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When faced with a blank white surface, sometimes I use a base color that inspires energy. Here, water and paint were dripped down a wet surface of Hansa Yellow Deep. Painting intuitively with a wide raggedy old brush, the fraying bristles are used to advantage, and those marks direct how the painting proceeds.
Saint Catharine's Sunset is the signature piece for the "Magic Square" series. All are 11H x 11W x 3D acrylics on canvas, wrapped over quality, home-built stretchers with painting completed on the sides, where they are signed if the signature would disrupt the flow of composition. Frames unnecessary. The sturdy, boxy shapes hang optionally on walls, where they look great in groups, or placed on a surface, viewed like sculptures.