This colorful abstract is titled after a poem by Emily Dickinson. Dickinson was referring to is the way September can sometimes appear to look like June, and that idea was playing in my mind as I worked my way through this painting, adding a spiral, a series of lavender circles, a butterfly, etc. Composed of highly contrastive colors of blue and pink, aqua, white, touches of orange, and areas of mass as well as lines, some more formally drawn than others, the whole is a kind of phantasmagoria that will brighten any wall (or room!). This is framed in a light cherrywood canvas floater frame that complements without overwhelming this work.
acrylic paint, acrylic medium, cradled hardboard panel