This abstract began with palette knife strokes in light brown, middle shades of green, and the darkest areas of deep black-green. I stared at the result for a while, as I tried to imagine the remaining color scheme. Often during this process my brain begins to see objects that in turn suggest colors to support that vision. In this case I thought I had a nice flat abstract, but even in that flatness I began to see the dark areas as shadow, and the other colors as producing those shadows when lit from above. The other colors, lighter and darker shades of brown and green, completed the painting, while at the same time giving rise to the idea of a moss-covered wall of wet rock. The browns and greens were added with brushwork, which also enabled a bit more of classical blending technique not as easily accomplished with a palette knife.
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