Group 14: Old Experiments Not Yet Cataloged for Sale

Below is the fourteenth  group of watercolors that I painted for earlier posts in this blog. The paintings below explore the visual aspect of the barrier between my low functioning, autistic and nonverbal brother. Please see the original posts for the back story and inspiration of each painting.

Originally posted on January 13, 2014 (Sketching):

Abstract Expressionist Watercolor indicating a barrier between upper and lower halves of painting

Barrier #4
7″x10″ 140# Rough Watercolor Block

Originally posted on January 10, 2014 (My Niche):

abstract expressionist watercolor with top half in black and white and bottom in color

Study for 1-10-14
7″x10″ 140# Rough Watercolor Paper

Originally posted on January 17, 2014 (Abstracting from a Photograph):

Watercolor painting abstracted from photo of brother in his day program

Painting abstracted from Day Program Photo
4″x10″ 140# Cold Pressed Watercolor Block

Originally posted on January 15, 2014 (Barrier #5 Completed):

abstract expressionist watercolor, completed barrier #5 study

Barrier Study #5
9″x12″ 140# Hot Pressed Watercolor Block

Like the twelfth and thirteenth groups of experiments these paintings are not uniform in size. They are not yet cataloged for sale at this time. The firstsecondthird,  fourthfifth,  sixthseventheighthninthtenth and eleventh groups of experiments are indeed for sale. Each painting in the latter groups is 9″x12″, on 140# Arches watercolor paper. I offer them at $150 USD unframed. Please contact me at if you are interested.

Also, if you find another piece on my blog in which you have an interest, please contact me as well.

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