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Okay, if you haven't tried painting an abstract....you just have to.  It is very freeing and not to mention SO MUCH FUN!  
Sometimes it can be frustrating trying to get a painting "just right."  With an abstract, it seems as if you enter into a different realm.  It is magical to see the colors and textures work together.  There is an infinite number of "unconventional" tools that you can use which can take the painting to another level.  I love this new world and plan to visit often!

Check out this painting on Etsy in my store "Tangled".  Here's the link:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/162374398/mini-abstract-mixed-media-painting-on-a?ref=shop_home_active

HAVE FUN.  

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