It wasn't the only one that is close to my heart. This is one of my first paintings: the Joy of bubbles.
I don't know why, but that painting has been everything that I wanted to see: the joy and the sorrow, the sense of security and freedom. Tight lines and free of bubbles, making for a contrast in your life. This painting is one of my first big pictures: I chose to paint a picture that is 100 x 100 cm, canvas. I have used the Swipe technique of the acrylic pour.
It took a while before I managed to hit the ground but it was missing something – and, yes, there was a lack of context. The white and the gold looks great with the black ground and clearly mark the borders. The bubbles represents freedom and happiness. The painting is mine, and only mine. I don't want to be without it.
In the meantime, I did all of the other paintings, almost the same thing, but none of them really warms my heart is the same as that of the first great Joy of bubbles.
The first painting in the pictures is on order: 100x100cm, and I'm using the Dutch technique of the acrylic pour, and the other is the one trying to make a copy of the Joy of the bubbles (small) 50x50cm. I'm happy with the two paintings, but the Joy of bubbles is hard to beat!