When I am not somewhere where I can set up my paints or printmaking equipment I like to occupy my time doing fluoro work, usually just on paper. I particularly like angular geometric shapes, but in this one I tried to be a little “looser” and put in curves. Sometimes these are large other times they are small enough just to be used as a card or laminated to use as a bookmark. I recently completed one that had a number of sections to it that I really liked and felt would be good as stand alone pieces, so Abstract Fluoro 6 is one of those, a section of Abstract Fluoro 1 which I macro photographed (because it was far quicker than recreating it on another sheet of paper (I’m getting old and life is too short – so much art to do, so little time….). I love using fluoro colours as they are so bright and cheery (I’m just an aging hippie at heart LOL) – you cannot be sad in the presence of fluoro! Just image how cheery your lounge room or patio would look with some bright fluoro cushions. How can one not love fluoro eh?! Cheers.