This is a peculiar very-private abstract painting I've been asked to do.
It is very-very-private, but I got the permission to show some glimpses of it.
Doing it, I realised how much I could enjoy an "easy" life in which I just drool in ecstasy all the time contemplating colours and only making abstract painting. It was a very long time I wasn't working on abstract works, it's a genre which I deeply investigated only when I was about four: it was serious shit, but I didn't have a blog yet, so maybe one day I should scan all that sacred freedom and fun with my first brushes.
Anyway, I'm not going to turn into a full time abstract painter, so I've been pretty happy to remember one more time how it feels.
(If you are wondering about why an abstract should be so very-very-private, well, keep wondering…)