My days and nights have always been full of views of colors, textures and patterns that fascinate me. I see "Abstracted Perceptions" in countless objects.
As an artist, we may have one vision, but the piece itself decides the final outcome. It may refuse to be totally release from the bounds of form, or plead for just that one more thing to make it complete. This grappling with the piece is what keeps me coming back, making it not manufactured, but "Abstracted Perceptions".
Tea color wash
Love when the painting does what you want it to. Put down torn tissue paper with gesso, left lines and spaces. Then added the tea color wash. Looks great....now the form makes sense and doesnt just look like an egg. I will put some matte varnish over the tissue paper area when it dries. Then start highlighting.