A Not-So-Perfect Circle
I’ve decided to show you this image. It’s an actual painted cardboard circle, about 7 inches in diameter. But it started out as a paint palette and is the bottom of a plastic coated paper plate. I just fell in love with the colors, cut it out, and scanned it. My purpose in scanning it was to have a nice high resolution scan to work into other images. But the original concept might give me ideas for some kind of series of artworks in the round. I do love the circle.
The more I look at this, the more I know I want to do something based on the circle, perhaps on a larger scale. The thing is, my color combinations work out best and are the most interesting when they are completely random. Once I over-think them, they evaporate into thin air.