To Brighten a Rainy Day

August 30, 2017 No Comments

Yesterday in New Orleans we had a dark rainy day because bands of Hurrican Harvey were passing over.  It was also the 12 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.  The Mayor asked us all to stay home yesterday to avoid getting caught in any flooding.  There was some, but we got off lucky this time, unlike poor Houston and other parts of Texas.  Painting this pair of floral abstracts was a great way to get my mind thinking about other and brighter things.  I hope they brighten your day too!

 

Brights Floral Abstract
36×36, Oil on Canvas

 

Floral Abstract in Pink
36×36, Oil on Canvas

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