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"Catch My Drift?" by Elaine Richards: painting comprised of fluid shapes of bright blues and yellows

“Catch My Drift?”

Artist: Elaine Richards, Andover

Description: 9.5” x 8” painting. This was a familiar object from a closer perspective at varying angles, with an alternate palette. It created an interesting expression of colors and qualities. I always find unique beauty in Nature’s creations to inspire me. A distinctive piece of driftwood was used for this graphic composition, and the arrangement was unplanned. It was fun to see each section evolve naturally!

Artist Statement: My piece reflects the distinct uniqueness of each individual, whose interesting differences are appreciated even more when you look closely, and by changing perspectives. Each person adds their own colorful qualities to the world in a special way. Especially when we dare to express and even celebrate our different abilities!

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