My second ‘tropical abstract’ is well under way.

As with the first abstract, this one is related to Etty Bay beach. There will be no direct link to the original subject however, I intend to develop a ‘window’, centre-top, that I hope will add some mystery and intrigue.

There is no doubting the ‘process value’ of creating abstract art. The product is a bonus.

Sometimes the journey can be more enjoyable than the destination.

More on Wednesday.


About artkleko

artist, art curator, art teacher, art judge, art critic
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  1. Gillian says:

    I can really relate to that ‘process value’ you mention. Maybe its because you’re using a different side of your brain when you’re no longer figuring a piece out but systematically laying down pigment for long periods. Very soothing – as is simply looking at this piece.

    You’re on a roll with your abstracts!

    • artkleko says:

      Very true, Gillian and thanks for commenting. I do struggle when the process bores me, but I have the patience to see my tasks through. It’s nice when it all comes together!
      I enjoy abstracts, but I’m not sure if they have any commercial value. My next drawing will be a return to rocks, but with a difference.

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