Abstract Zen #236
BY Harry Moody
Oil on canvas with thoughts about the " ah ha " moment hence the title " abstract zen". Zen, too is about that all elusive moment of clarity.
“Each piece represents hope”. While he trained under Joseph Beuys and Gerhard Richter in Germany, Moody’s work is reminiscent of that of his professors, though certainly not replicating. Moody works with a squeegee as his brush, layering paint and eliminating elements as he goes. Because he works from top to bottom and side to side, most work has more than one orientation, meaning it can be hung in any direction the viewer prefers.
Oil on Canvas and Wood
48 H x 36 W x 1.5 in