I have no clue.
Sometimes, I really have no clue.
The set-up at the Art Students League for Frank O’Cain’s Abstract Watercolor class is always chaotic … by design. You have to pick and choose, what to paint, where to put it on the paper … in short, it’s an exercise in composition. I confess, I painted this vertically, made a whole lot of changes to try and make it work and then kept turning it around and around to try and discover what really worked and what else I could do.
Frank’s input, as usual, was critical. The changes were not monumental, but then they rarely are. It’s being able to see the little things… I wish I could say I’m the one who always sees them.
2016. 12×9. $600.