2 thoughts on “Painting 33

    • Thanks Charlene. I spent a lot of time adding details to this, both as you see it now and upside down. Sometimes the alternative way round can be constructive, as it takes away any preconceived ideas and allows the painting to go its own way. I actually had a painting accepted into an exhibition last year, which when I arrived on preview night was amazed to find it had been screwed to the wall the wrong way up. Rather than embarass the organizers (or face the prospect that it had been judged upside down and might be excluded!) I kept quiet. It didn’t sell, by the way.

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