This one makes me think of the zebra jokes I used to hear when I was a kid:
Q: What's black and white and red all over?
A: A blushing zebra.
Q: What's black and white and black and white and black and white and black and white?
A: A zebra rolling down a hill.
(Waka waka waka).
Actually, silly jokes aside, this seems to be one of the most sophisticated paintings I've done in this series. It's also the one voted most likely to match your furniture. You can't go wrong with black and white.
Aaaaaaaanyway, I did take a few photos while I was working on this one. Let's start with a long shot of my studio table. I just love my studio. Have I mentioned that before? I love it. I love the piles of junk on it. They are reassuring. Things make their way in and stay. Somewhere in there is an orange felted flower from a local craft show, for example.
So that's more or less what my desk looks like when I'm at work. Just enough for me, my painting, my paints and all my comfortable junk.
Here's another photo of the work in progress. You might be interested to know that I almost left it like this, with the white letters sort of camouflaged in there, but I didn't think it was quite exciting enough, and also I needed more purple in my life.
(This is how I think. "There's not enough purple in the world, let's add some to it.")
If you want to add some purple to your life, here is the link to buy a print: