Roses are red;
Blood is too;
and I went violet with anger in the absence of you.
Then green o'ertook me
at the envious thoughts of you
with that yellow-bellied coward.
I have been blue long enough,
over something that never was true,
something that was only a rose colored dream.
I rolled with my moods,
from black to gray to a purple haze,
and now I seek
the colors in a new rainbow.
The Following Painting Comes to You Unframed; It Measures 24"h X 24"w (2 FEET X 2 FEET) and Is Painted on STRETCHED CANVAS and the CANVAS IS STRETCHED IN GALLERY WRAP STYLE WHICH MEANS THE STAPLES ARE ON THE BACK AND DO NOT SHOW and It Can Hang AS IS - No Frame Needed - and, As It Is painted in "Gallery Wrap" style, the painting image "wraps" around the corners onto the Edges.
This piece is Painted as an Action Painting, a term coined in 1952 by New York art critic Harold Rosenberg, refers to a gestural method of painting epitomized by the work of Jackson Pollock, Franz Kline, and Willem de Kooning.