Newest abstract paintings in February

More abstract paintings – work harder, worry less

Wanted to share some of my latest work with you. Just because you haven’t seen anything new here, doesn’t mean that I’ve not been creating and painting.

Van Gogh in Wine Country
Van Gogh in Wine Country – Small abstract landscape painting with TEXTURE

Blogging is sometimes best left to those who write so eloquently.

Maybe that’s why Instagram is such an appealing venue. It’s so much easier to capture the immediacy of creating, perhaps because it’s more “in the moment”? If you haven’t checked out instagram – or would like to keep in touch on there, please visit me @DebBretonArt

List of newest abstract paintings this week

READY FOR SPRING is a large 48″ x 36″ abstract painting

THE THAW is a small 12″ x 12″ paint study with sgraffito – I’ll probably make a larger painting based on this study.

VAN GOGH IN WINE COUNTRY is a 16″ x 20″ textured painting that features swirling clouds.

And finally ESCAPE – WHAT 4? is a 20″ x 20″ mixed media with mark making in charcoal, oil pencil, pigment stick and acrylic paints.

Cheers to creativity!

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This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. drjackie1

    Love your colors and compositions, especially the mixed media “Escape-What 4” floating on white!

    1. Deb

      Well, the “ESCAPE” painting – sort of painted itself…and is quite different from my norm, so your comment is very appreciated, thank you Jacqueline.

  2. Otto von Münchow

    The are all lovely abstractions. I still think my favourite is the The Thaw.

    1. Deb

      Thanks for the feedback Otto – it is very much appreciated.

  3. Arlene

    Love Escape. Very Kandinsky-ish. You have been a busy lady! 🙂

    1. Deb

      Hi Arlene, yeah – its been busy around here.. I’m taken aback by the feedback on Escape – thank you. Love Kadinsky

  4. Bespoke Traveler

    Haha, that may be so, but even I as a writer have to take a break from blogging in order to get creative (but with words rather than paint). I love your “Van Gogh in Wine Country” for its humorous take on one of his iconic works!

    1. Deb

      Oh, how I wish I could write like you! Thanks for stopping by

  5. Inese

    I agree. It would be nice sometimes to say nothing, but simply feel and enjoy art.

    1. Deb

      Yes, exactly! It’s like electricity – we can use it and enjoy it without having to know exactly how it works. Having electricity for heat on a below zero cold day with no fireplace, can save us. Art is meant to liberate us.

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