This is an original abstract (non-representational) drawing.
This is a beautiful non-representational drawing, but since it doesn’t represent anything in an abstract sort of way, I can’t even go into detail about how it represents your swing set on a hot summer day, or dancing through a field of wild flowers.
HOWEVER…I CAN tell you that this is a very cool drawing, and the only one like it in the entire galaxy. I checked.
I can tell you that you could stare at it for long periods of time and not be rude. And...you'll see something different every time you refocus. The subtle variances in the shading, and the flow of the lines. How the different elements in the drawing move behind and in front of each other, in and out and around. And then you refocus again and see the depth and the shaping of the elements. Or the slight and subtle shades of the background.
It represents life. My life in particular, but life too, in general.
This is life, with everyone and everything moving in and around each other, making way, moving forward and back, moving towards goals and sometimes getting sidetracked, changing tones and intermingling. It’s life in how when we can’t go one way, we find another way to get there. It’s life in how sometimes, things go their own way.
And too, because it comes from my love and soul, it’s life for all those who prefer to be, or are destined to be, non-confrontational. There are no 90 degree angles in much of my art. When two elements come together, there are no explosions and hard angles or violence. They move around each other, slip through each other easily…or blend.
This beautiful drawing is done in high end Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils on Canson 98 lb. (160 g) acid free paper with a soft and subtle texture to it.
It measures 9” X 12” (22.9 X 30.5 cm)
Untitled Abstract #1 has been coated with a workable fixative for protection. You will however, want to have it framed to truly protect it.
Untitled Abstract #1 can be framed exactly as is, or, you can mat it and it will look absolutely beautiful.
And yes, I do realize that since I keep referring to it as “Untitled Abstract #1”, then it does probably have the title, ironically enough, of “Untitled Abstract #1”.
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