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Clown Painting - Accidental Clown by Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway

Accidental Clown is a painting by Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway which was uploaded on August 17th, 2010.

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I see a bird in this, but then, I have a bird brain! Ha. Love the colors and am fascinated by this image. v/

Love the openness with the clown being off centered! Excellent work Anne-Elizabeth!

I call this "Accidental Clown" because the way it happened was accidental. I had some unused watercolor paper under a picture I was painting. Later, much later...I found this under the other picture. The paint from the other picture had seeped through somehow. This is what I found. I still am amazed that this picture painted itself. This is not my usual style -but as you can imagine -it is because "something else" painted it. It was SERENDIPITY. l

So original, creative, a magical quality to this work of art!

Actually it did appear on the BACK of one of my paintings where the paint had seeped through. To me it looks like a clown (abstractly, that is). NOt my usual style, but I felt, the serendipity of it was worth mentioning. Thank you in advance for not throwing rotten eggs at it. Fresh ones will do. Besides, it is YOUR screen.

I'm scared of clowns.

Thanks to you all. Muchas Gracias. This has just as much a surprise to me as it has been to anyone else. Hope all is well with those who wish others well.

It does seem to change, but I really enjoy the fact that my brain is uncertain of the orientation, it appears as multiple images at once. Very complex , GREAT!

YES it is confusing. However, I thought it might be fun to post this. Thanks for your comment. Anne in Virginia, USA down here where it is hot.

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