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Squares for a Not-So-Square Friend

I've been sitting on this painting for long enough. I've decided that it's just time to be done.

A friend of mine asked me to paint something with squares. We had discussed a color palette that I strayed from. I didn't know that he had his heart set on those specific colors. When I showed him this painting, he said he liked it but didn't like all the colors. So, I'll be doing this the RIGHT colors.

I worked on this a while ago and I've been telling myself that I just want to put one or two more layers on it, but that just wasn't happening.

I'm not sure what I'll do with this one. I'm thinking it may be fun to cut out my favorite parts and frame them in a series of three or four...


  1. I love the look of the color palette. Don't cut it out. Frame it. The overall look of the whole painting is fabulous.


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