24x36x1.5 Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas, depicting an abstract landscape with a dramatic, high horizon line. Signed by the artist, Carrie Graves, and ready to hang.
Using both brush and palette knife techniques, this painting depicts a high, distant horizon line. Vivid colors--blues, pinks, and violets--drip from this line in a freefall fashion, creating a striking “underneath." As in many abstract works, not everything is spelled out for the viewer. For example, is this a cityscape, forest, or something else? Is what’s under the horizon real or simply an exaggerated reflection? What do you think?