When a Paint Table is it’s own Painting

I go on the back porch in the mornings, and casually glanced down at my paint table that reminded me to paint again. Sometimes I don’t paint for weeks at a time since I want to get it right when I do.

So, I look down and notice the designs on the table are of quite significance and meaning. It shows the toil and the work put into making a painting and how it is so passionate, it falls on the table. I made it like that on purpose because its raw and real. I use garbage bags to catch most of the paint, but there was a time I let it fly on the table. Maybe I need to start doing that again. I took a photo of it, and now have it on Red Bubble, available on different products. Check it out!

Published by Jennifer Underwood

Contemporary Abstract Expressionist Artist in Pinnacle North Carolina.

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