October 09, 2021 – New Most Viewed Image For the Week @FineArtAmerica, Abstract Study 1, #watercolor

Like my 2017 sunrise over the Austin skyline photo last week, another surprise most-viewed on Fine Art America for me this past week – Abstract Study 1, a painting I unintentionally wrecked, but still like enough I cleaned it up digitally and posted it on my Fine Art America site.

More surprising to me was all that happened before I’d even posted the blog post I mentioned where I went into detail about how and why the original for this small study got wrecked, lol!

Still, this small study was a focussed (too widely focussed on too many things at once it turned out; ie, thus the accident that wrecked the original) attempt to, well, get a focus, for myself, for being able to do abstracts again, like I did in the 80s (acrylics), but this time ’round with more fun in mind 😊

My plan, if it holds 🤞- is to soon begin expanding my abstract studies onto 18×24’s on canvas. Probably acrylic, even if with a dash of watercolor. And probably on Golden’s light molding paste. I really like the way water based paints soak into that type of ground ❤️

Stay well everyone! Nice to have surprises that are fun 😊


ps – below is my most viewed image on Fine Art America for many years now, and below it, my most viewed twilight image ; both with related blog post links —

Direct link to my Austin pink sunset blog post above 😊
Direct link to my Mt Mansfield Vermont sunrise blog post above 😊

My Related Posts Here On My Blog

My Related Amazon Affiliate Search Products

My Amazon search for “abstract art” –

Direct link to Abstract Wall Art above, on Amazon ❤️

My Latest Posts On My Website!


Thanks again, everyone! 😊


Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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