Road Trip

Today I tried to combine story telling with iconography, as the Bauhaus Master, Paul Klee did. However, as I understand the art of Klee, he had very few preconceptions of the final outcome of his painting. He would take his pencil point ‘for a walk’ and let his creativity guide him. His astute design sense provided the direction of the pencil, the placement and color of the dot or other figure.

My painting below is a recap of my trip down south. I had the outline of the idea in my head before I began. It was cut and dried: home – road – destination.

Watercolor: Abstract - Road Trip 042417

Road Trip
12″x9″ 140# Cold Pressed Watercolor Block

Not exactly Klee-esque, but I’m working on it.

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