This is one of my early non-objective paintings. There is a bit of confusion about the definition of abstract versus non-objective. But for me non-objective more accurately describes my process since I am not trying to abstract shapes from a specific object, rather I am seeking spontaneous organic shapes while concentrating on color and composition. The name comes from the fact that it reminds me of when I was learning to fly over the fields of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
21 x 29 Watercolor
This painting was donated to the Black Hat Foundation for their annual fundraiser 2015.
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