Marc Chagall: 
"All colours are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites."
I have been inspired to return to oil. I love the buttery, velvet, vibrant colors. 
Oil is magic for the way it can move smoothly and leave subtle edges.  
Inspired by Brian Rutenburg.
I painted it to hang on my new red deck and against the red wall of my home in Charlotte, NC. 

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