This acrylic abstract is painted on 2-inch deep cradled hardboard panel. Midnight blue is shaped by pearlized aqua lines of an irregular-sized grid that is, in turn, cut into by spheres and more fluid lines. The rectangle in the upper central region is copper and bright magenta is in the smaller rectangle below it. Areas of lavender, pale aqua, light rose and copper and white cut into the middle center and lower right side, and there's much random marking and some dripping paint. The title refers to Kahneman's theories of two kinds of thought, one that is more logical and rational than the other, and another that is perhaps quicker and more intuitive. The combination of regular lines and irregular marks are my way of representing those ideas visually. The cradle is stained and sealed and the painting is ready for hanging without a frame (not desirable). It is signed and dated and ships with a Certificate of Authenticity.
acrylic paint, acrylic medium, cradled hardboard surface