Michelle, this makes ME ridiculously happy too!! The colors, composition, simple lines and empty space. i love it ALL. Love how brave you are with your work. xox
Oh I second that. Definitely love the cheerful colors and the simplicity is relaxing to look at. Calming but cheerful!
wonderfully abstract and colorful and yes, i also like the overlapping bits . . . well done~!makes me think i should do more abstract work in my own art journaling.popped over from Julie's Art Journaling Friday.:-)libbyQ
Beautiful, it makes me smile too. The shapes and colors are wonderful.
It should make you happy because it is so lively and colorful! Nicely balanced too. I think it makes me happy as well….=)
dave would love it cause it looks like an olive is hiding in there.very nice!
Love the vibrant colors!
I too love the colours and shapes! ALso love the white space around it all. I completely understand the ridiculously happy thing too, and love when it happens after I have made something. (that kind of happy makes me what to hug things!)
Oooh I LOVE this piece so much!! It makes me very happy!! Good job!Hugs Giggles
I know what you mean :) I think it's the way the shapes feel as if they are rising up like bubbles into the air. It has a cheerful feel.
I can understand it makes you happy, it's a wonderful piece. love the different shapes and the happy colours.
I like it, too!
Lovely piece, nice colors and shapes and kind of 60's feeling to it! Makes me happy too! :)
Its a happy little abstract painting. Nice job.
Love this! Makes me happy, happy too!
This is completely joyous! I continue to be absorbed by your wonderful gift for using color and shape so effectively in your designs, all of which are entirely captivating. Best wishes - Shroo:)x
This truly is a fun piece. Blessings!
Thanks for sharing it and letting us enjoy your lovely little creation too!
I can see what you mean about the abstract making you happy. The colours and the linking shapes seem to dance, some seem to start to float away to the top left, and I like the placement of the main feature in the lower right. So simple, but such a lovely composition.
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