Jigsaw 2, 9055
I seem to be stuck in this multi-canvas 12x12 format. It's called operant conditioning. Robert Genn wrote about it in his newsletter. He said that if you're successful with something, you will tend to repeat the thing that gave you success. Because the last two multiple canvas paintings (Jigsaw,9050, and Color Quad, 9051) sold so quickly, I'm destined to keep going in this format.
This one is a much more subdued palette than Color Quad, but it works on many levels. I left the canvas exposed between each of the segments, then covered the whole thing with a quinacridone gold wash which resulted in orange lines. It also turned some of the turquoise areas to green.
Someone said it reminds them of stained glass, which is ironic, because I used to have my own stained glass studio. I love doing stained glass, but it is SO EXPENSIVE and very time-consuming. Painting is much easier.
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