This is a painfully inadequate photo taken on my iPad of a new abstract painting I've done (I couldn't fit it onto my scanner) as a homework assignment for my new online class with Karine Swenson, a marvelous painter. It's called, Abstraction: Diving Deeper. It's not the first abstract I did for this course, but it's the one I'm satisfied with....a bit. It incorporates my familiar pigment spills with acrylic painting on watercolor paper, with texture created from Golden Molding Paste. The molding paste was then painted over, and sanded back, to interesting effect, I think. I've had mixed reactions from fellow students. What do you think, should I move on to canvas or board from paper? It would solve some of the wrinkle problems, maybe.