This original abstract has a textured overlay of russet red with copper metallic highlights. The underlying painting of blues, greens, turquoise, and periwinkle was glazed to add a slight sheen. It is representative, in a way, of the underlying patterns hidden in the randomness of life.
Several of my abstracts offer the option of being hung horizontally or vertically. Random Matter II is one of those abstracts.
Sometimes turning an abstract painting can make it look entirely different. When viewing an abstract, try to visualize it hanging a different way and keep in mind that it may offer a better fit for a particular hanging space. It's like getting two paintings in one.
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