T today celebrates a milestone. I painted 30 abstracts in 30 days Some I like better than others, some I thought were horrible. But I appreciated the experience and I appreciate that so many of you have stood by me and encouraged me. Later tonight I'll link for the final time to Leslie Saeta at Slices of Life. But for now, lets join the T party. So I don't get too giddy celebrating and forget, the size of this final painting is 7" X 7" (17,78 cm X 17,78 cm).
To celebrate the final day, I wanted this to be the capital letter Omega, the final letter in the Greek alphabet. But when I lifted it up, without thinking to blot it, the India ink, which I am certainly not used to, ran all over the place.
Since Omega denotes the final, the end, the last, and the limit to a set in mathematics, I thought this would be a good way to end this challenge. However, now it looks more like an empty cup that has been turned upside down to denote the drinker has finished and doesn't want a refill. So, in that respect, I guess that is also an appropriate painting for this final day of 30 paintings.
What is appropriate in your world this week? Is it painting, sketching, drawing, scrapbooking, art journaling, or have you been out and about to a museum, art fair, or even an Oktoberfest event? Regardless, let us know by linking below so we can drop by and visit. As always, Bleubeard is here to remind you that photos don't need to be taken on Tuesday, but any day you choose, as long as they apply, in some way, to some type of drink.
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