Thursday, November 17

Moon Fingers

"Moon Fingers"
11" x  22"
Acrylic on panel 
Moon Fingers was a commission for a couple who wanted these colors, this texture and size.  I scooped up the ingredients, folded in a dollop of love, and let 'er rip!
This piece is not as "happenstantial" as it might appear; given the randomness of the process. Saran wrinkles surrounded a waxed paper orb. Salt peppered texture over its face, and other than that, it was a piece of cake.  Or cheese. 
Moon Fingers can be seen on in my gallery there/here.  This piece, however, is already being loved and cared-for. Don't go lookin' to buy it. But I will be happy to create a cousin or sibling for you.  Just not an identical twin. 


  1. This is intriguing. I love the background. You have so many talents!

  2. Thank you Virginia, I appreciate your comments, as always. I intend to start another series of abstract, non-subjective pieces in the new year. I hunger to use that part of my brain again. It'll be fun to see what comes of my enthusiasm.

    By the way, the homeowners framed this in a wide, dark brown frame and hung it over their headboard. It's striking with their silver comforter.