6" x 12"
Oil on Board
I had fun with this one. There is a painting site that publishes a new challenge to painters every week. Artists can write in and give challenge ideas and this was a good one. Your entire painting had to be done in rectangles. It could be any subject matter, palette or brushwork.
As most artists know, there is no pure gray in color. A gray is always "grayish" meaning it leans to blue or green or any other color. To the naked eye (mine at least) the background gray here is a pretty mid value, soft gray. The "grays" in the vase are more obvious in their color and have either more blue or more green in each of the rectangles.
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