In late 2003 I visited a large exhibition of Kandinsky’s work in Madrid that was intended to show his transition from figurative to abstract conception of art. The works in this event left a perdurable impression of authenticity on me that few other abstract painters have. I remember spending 10 minutes at a time looking, totally absorbed, at some of those paintings. Back in front of my easel the same evening, if I closed my eyes, I could evoke those beautiful combinations of line, texture, color…, I decided, then, to sketch those impressions as my particular, private homage to Kandinsky, and I produced two small sketches in a rush, while the images were still dancing in my mind.
10 years later I have decided, for no particular reason , to share that experience with the viewer, in contrast with my current painting stile.
oil colors, board