Where I Can Always Find You

I did this piece because I was having a hard time with the idea that I don’t know where my father is.  That may sound a little strange, but for some reason, it’s been the hardest thing for me to accept about his death.  I did a smaller version of it on paper for the Intuitive Abstract Painting Workshop I led last week at Acceleration Art and Photography Gallery.  I’d love to hear from you about what you see in this.  I’ve found some whimsical aspects.

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