Yesterday’s painting of the cow and this one are both further attempts at abstraction. I don’t know if you can see the difference, but I limited myself to one brush; a small flat sable brush. Usually I’d mostly use round brushes in various sizes. Using the flat brush forces me to ignore many small details I’d normally include, and the brush work is different as well. It’s fun and it’s good for my process. This still looks like the landscape west of Canmore, but that’s OK too.
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