My Abstract Painting Obsession

I paint colorful abstracts as gifts for friends and family, then I discovered that painting bold modern abstracts gave me a unique opportunity to express myself and I kept painting big experimental canvases all the time. Luckily my family and friends are happy to receive my experiments in original abstract art and incorporated the bold paintings in their own decor.

If you want to paint wall art for loved ones, plan to paint several canvases. There is a cost savings to buying stretched canvas and larger paint jugs in bulk. Then there is the fact that modern abstract painting is addictive. Once you’ve made a small collection of colorful textured canvases you just want to make more. So you can easily use up the excess art materials just by painting more bold abstracts.
The creative affliction to constantly want to paint more contemporary abstract art is a good thing, especially when one sister wants the modern abstract painting you just gave to another sister. Now here within your own family you’ve found your first customer and all of a sudden you’re an abstract painter with a small business.

The abstract painting Waterfall Valley shown above is a textured acrylic with red, orange, yellow, green, and blue. Vibrant oranges and reds show the sun setting on a lush green valley between several swirling blue waterfalls. This original wall hanging measures 18" x 24".


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