No. 10

AND then I turned the vase upside down! Wow, there were those 4 little squares within the larger square, reminding me of the Dutch painter, Modrian, who loved landscapes and trees as do I. After years of studying trees Modrian began painting primarily squares within squares. He said that patterns in nature have a kind of ‘dynamic equilibrium’ similar to the equilibrium that exists in squares–like this one. Thanks for taking a look at Paint 10! Obviously I’m having way tooooooo much fun.