Colorful Abstract Art – Citrus #1 Paint Layer #3 (Part 2)

Blog post written by Charlie Albright
If you enjoyed all the pretty colors of Part 1 of my work in progress photos of my citrus artwork, then here are some more photos to brighten up your day.
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Recently I shared some photos of the current layer of oil paint on an abstract artwork I’m working on. As it takes forever to dry I thought I would take some more photos to share. I definitely do like all the colors. If you’re a fan of turquoise and magenta combined, then this will definitely brighten up your day.
Moments by Charlie Albright | Creative Lifestyle Blog | Art + Fashion + Lifestyle | Colorful Abstract Art - Citrus #1 Paint Layer #3
Moments by Charlie Albright | Creative Lifestyle Blog | Art + Fashion + Lifestyle | Colorful Abstract Art - Citrus #1 Paint Layer #3
Moments by Charlie Albright | Creative Lifestyle Blog | Art + Fashion + Lifestyle | Colorful Abstract Art - Citrus #1 Paint Layer #3
Moments by Charlie Albright | Creative Lifestyle Blog | Art + Fashion + Lifestyle | Colorful Abstract Art - Citrus #1 Paint Layer #3
It only takes about a week or just a bit more than that to dry, by the way. But when you’re enjoying adding so many pretty and vibrant colors, a week can seem like forever. Probably the thing I hate most about working with oil paints. Well, that is, after how annoying it is to get oil paint off your hands and brushes. THAT probably is the thing I hate most.

Charlie Albright

The world: ignites in me, a sense of curiosity. My mind does not settle until it can comprehend, until it understands. For the physical world, creation has always been my enduring method of choice. For the spiritual world, all-encompassing practices like yoga and meditation, a belief in a higher energy, and writing have always been the soothing and balancing tools I have returned to, to re-ground myself. This is my journey of self-expression. Through written words and different forms of art. To my soul, my inner essence.

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