Good Bye Blues

16" x 20" x 5/8"

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It's intriguing but it looks computer generated.  Especially the base of the "plant" ..I like the scribbling on the wall behind the plant, repeated in the large black area



Beverly Burrows said:

It's intriguing but it looks computer generated.  Especially the base of the "plant" ..I like the scribbling on the wall behind the plant, repeated in the large black area

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I use "Liquitex Basics" acrylic paint,along with bristle and nylon brushes,( I'm not picky on the brand of brush), and stretched canvas. I was thinking about a tree being abducted by a UFO and the scribbling are the leaves floating upward and the scribbling in the black area are stars in the distance. Pretty neat you found this piece intriguing, thank you for the comment Beverly Burrows.

sheesh, well then it's even more intriguing because you were very meticulous to give that three dimensional effect to the "tree' part of the bush

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