Abstract painting, contained

Today's exercise from Rolina Van Vliet. It is more constrained than yesterday's. Maybe because I did it at the end of the day. It is, of course, completely my interpretation of the book exercise. I do not hold the author responsible for any of these results. ;-))

I'm happy with it. It's good practice of color juxtaposition. I want to do the next one in black, white and grey. Stay tuned.

**** a few hours later***

Well, for some reason, it was not black, white and grey, but gold, white and some non-descript color. I guess painting is like that. It has a mind of its own. I'm not sure where I got the idea. I'm pretty sure it's not original. I don't think I followed an exercise in the abstract book, I'll have to check back if someone did something similar during the course like week. Nothing original here, just fun!


  1. I like it - the various blocks of color somehow "fit" together. In fact, it reminds me of stained glass windows I used to do! Nice!!!

  2. I like this one. It's an orderly abstract. I like the black lines that "contain" the colors. And I like your color choice too. Nice job.

  3. Hmm. The new one, like a puzzle that's melting. Reminds me of the adobe casas of New Mexico.

  4. I really like the top one and I also like the black lines a lot~


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