daily painting | the edge

Again see-sawing between large abstracts (painted in my studio) and small watercolors (done all over the place). The emotional expression of creating an abstract is great therapy and often, as part of the process, includes sitting in my chair and weeping as I let feelings go — grief, loss, concern about my country, worries about the health of family members. Creating art does that — the process helps me access feelings, reach down into them and let them go. This painting seems to show an edge — should I take a flying leap off of it? Should I build a guardrail around it? Should I post warning signs? I have no idea. I’m just doing one day at a time over here and some days are edgier than others. Are we there yet?

56″ x 40″ acrylic, crayon, oil pastel, pencil on canvas = $2900