Hope: Bluegreen and Silver Bronze 40 x 30" Acrylic and Ink on Canvas
Hope Paintings: Pigment. Hand. Gravity.
Hope eschews easy answers and refuses to sit.
Born of necessity, hope is why I paint, fight, and breathe.
The dichotomy of the Hope Paintings,
controlled chaos versus chaotic control,
is the foundation of hope.
Each Hope painting stands alone. Each is capable of conversing with another. A split complement color triad was used for the first three painting in this series. The split complement triad is an easy relationship moving slightly past the expected norm.
Expectations always lead to disappointment. Some "rules" were broken. Hope doesn't necessarily follow rules.
Hope: Bluegreen and Silver Bronze is the second painting in this series and has been shown in the Art Tooth invitational anniversary show, These Are My Friends held in August 2017 at Shipping and Receiving in Fort Worth, Texas.
ome "rules" were broken. Hope doesn't necessarily follow rules.
The second painting in Hope series. I am excited and HOPEFUL!