Hi! It's fun to hear you describe your process. I can totally relate. That's what I love (and hate) the most about abstract. It's just you and the canvas - just looking. No other agendas. Sometimes I pester myself into thinking I shouldn't have to reconstruct so much - so I love hearing your process. That's what its about. "It ain't over till its over". Sometimes that's quite soon...other times its a long unfathomable journey.
thanks for the comment. Somehow I hit the wrong button and lost the comment - oh well. . .
Your work is marvelous. Could I presume to say we may be going after the same things: great shapes and distinctive/beautiful brushwork?
I am always chasing the abstract qualities. - Coni
I can tell by your art and description that painting in Italy was memorable for you, too. I just joined and I am still feeling my way around this site.
I like your Montereggioni painting. I know that exact spot.
Jennifer, wish you would post a name or something on your pieces. the one you did at the Lopez pastel event is super good abstraction. so cool to see someone do this kind of work. exciting! keep it going!
Hi Greg - yes, I have names, medium, size etc. on most of them. Hmmm - are you looking at the slide show on the home page? Move your cursor down below the image and a menu bar comes up where you can click on the "i" to get information. Or go to my page and on the left you can click on the photos, then choose whichever and all the info should be there. Happy painting. Jennifer