This painting is called Color Scrap because it resulted from my playing around with color, stamps, chalk, and ink on a scrap of watercolor paper. It was a fun experiment. I rarely paint in watercolor anymore, not for any particular reason except that my studio is set up with easy access to my oils and acrylic paints instead. On this occasion, I noticed a block of watercolor paper which hadn't been used in a long time sitting against the wall. I grabbed it to experiment with some home made stamps and linoleum cuts. It was just plain fun experimenting. When I finished, the block went back against the wall without any further intention. Then, this morning I noticed it again and I liked what I saw. Photographing it resulted in a really exciting abstract painting. Reproductions are now for sale from my website. Please visit here to explore sizes and prices. There are quite a few reproductions of my abstract paintings in the Abstract Gallery. I hope you will stop by.