abstract grey blue # 366 Painting by Harry Moody

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Painting: Oil on Canvas, Wood.

I bought 6 canvas 30 x 30 the other day. I haven't worked a while using 30 x 30 but I do like square formats for some reason ? Maybe because a square is so calibrated or intellectually abstract ? I mean it is definitely straight out of the world of geometry. So I always have liked painting abstracts on squares because the edge of the canvas alias square gives the abstract borders which I always wonder about ... if abstract has borders ?? Anyway, if anyone ever really followed my work they might have noticed that I never use a line, probably the most revolutionary abstract concept to be invented,maybe the basis of literally everything man made, the aesthetics of the line is a point of worship ( think design) but there are no straight lines in nature at least I haven't found any yet. Anyway, so I have painted 2 of the 30 x 30 and I will see what the other 4 will turn out to be.


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abstract grey blue # 366

Harry Moody

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Size: 30 W x 30 H x 2.5 in

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