This image is much more to my liking. I began to select edges to soften and blur to continue my goal toward abstraction. It could be more abstract. I could further simplify the shapes and lose definition, especially where there is movement, like on the legs of the black horse. But I have learned a lot with this one and will leave it stand and try another. I was inspired by a couple of painters: Philip Buller and David Prentice.
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