Abstract woods,tree trunk.

Abstract woods,tree trunk.

Rather intriguing Annick - an interesting idea, and I rather like it - especially the spectral trees on the right. :) You have certainly been experimenting during this challenge - I feel I should follow your example (but I don't think it will be today - I have some nice tulips waiting).

Thank you , Margaret for your lovely comment, the idea for this painting come from a book by Waltraud Nawratil called Abstract Nature.I thought that using a black spray varnish that doesn't bind with the paint and creating random abstract patterns would be fun.I had to work fast not really knowing where I was going. pure instinct choosing colours and where to drip paint and using a water spray as I had no picture.Do paint in the style and colours YOU LIKE.Looking forwards to seeing your next painting , Margaret. Nice to have your support. :))

Some beautiful textures Annick, I love to see your experiments:)

I think one of the benefits of experimenting the way you do, Annick, is there might be a style/medium out there just made for you that you haven't tried yet! (I think we all would benefit from trying other media once in a while - I do experiment to a certain extent - but keep on going back to pen and wash!)

Thank you for your kind comments , Carole, Margaret, Dennis. :)

Really like the textures you have achieved Annick

Thank you Brian for you lovely comment.

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An experiment, with acrylic paints and black varnish on canvas.

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