Acrylic Abstract Painting
48" x 36"
Day Three of the 30in30 Challenge, Inspired by my facorite show "Fixer Upper"
So this new "neutral-very little color-famhouse-style-painting-thingy" is growing on me. I really like this painting. When I first started painting for my "fixer upper theme" I kind of freaked out because I knew my usual aqua and orange abstract paintings probably wouldn't work in Joanna Gaines remodeled homes. It's taking a lot of restraint to paint in such neutral tones but I think I am getting there. And I actually like it!
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