Diverging Path

 

Sometimes the path to the trash is a winding one. During the process of unframing some pieces I deemed unworthy, I then had to decide their next destination. Several will have a temporary reprieve. Since I feel I’ve learned a lot about making abstract art this past year, I’m hoping I can rescue some of them. These will be reworked:

This one, which I didn’t include in my original post about culling work for quality, will have a more difficult journey. I hope to rescue it by improving it as a watercolor.

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