Window to Heaven- Pennsylvania
I am excited by how some "objective" paintings look when worked on (and then hung) sideways and upside down. It discloses something about space that the logical mind doesn't see, when looking at what it recognizes. The differences between areas and their edges are more apparent. After all, it's the abstract qualities that often draw the artist to do the work- why lose that perception through subject matter?
Because of this type of analysis, this little painting- originally a type of landscape, ( the view from my studio window during a residency, in very green Pennsylvania) is framed and wired to hang all 4 directions. It is acrylic and oil, but mostly oil.
It is also available as prints from this site.