This painting is on hold until mid June when I will find out if it has been juried into the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition later this year. I haven't entered this prestigeous show for several years because one of the requirements is that the painting be on paper. That means glass, matting and framing too. Much more of a hassle than painting on canvas.
A painting of a bunch of tulips can be pretty ordinary until you cut it up and place the pieces on a contrasting background. Now it's exciting! No more boring flower paintings!
If you have a boring painting of flowers (who doesn't), try cutting it up and putting the pieces on a background with dramatic value difference.
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