Blind Contour Abstraction

It’s true, it’s true — really!  The first in another new series of small paintings/drawings, these shapes were made without looking at the paper, based on images off of streaming TV.  I did look, though, as I colored them in, so idk, is that cheating?  🙂

aka “Rabbit’s Wardrobe in Disarray.”

"Blind Contour Abstraction #1 (Rabbit's Wardrobe in Disarray)" Watercolor pencils on heavy Raffine paper 5.75" x 6" © 2013 Marilyn Fenn“Blind Contour Abstraction #1″
Watercolor pencils on heavy Raffine paper
5.75″ x 6”
© 2013 Marilyn Fenn

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The problem with art today: the artist believes he must find a style (or a schtick really) and defend it with his life. And if all the schticks are already taken, he must pull one out of his ass. He must find one, invent one, fabricate one, for he can be nothing if he cannot be original.

— Eddie Campbell
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  • Oh, so nice, Marilyn. Love when you are inspired by those “cells”. Always produces the most intriguing art from your studio!
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