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UPDATED - December 20, 2010. I glazed some blue and violet on the sunglasses.
This started off as a "landscape" (orientation and subject) experiment and when that went bad, I made it a portrait (orientation and subject) painting of a lady with fancy sunglasses. You can imagine the landscape if you look at the painting in landscape orientation. There's a blue sky on the right with snow flakes, a brown shoreline in the middle and blue water on the left side - or that's what I was trying to do. When I put paint thinner on the "landscape" the paint sort of shmeared, dribbled and ran from top to bottom. I thought that it looked sort of nice then I left it and went inside our house for the night.
The next day I decided to make a portrait and ta-da! There was the canvas panel already "prepped" for an off-beat portrait of a lady wearing "fancy" sunglasses.
I'm going to leave it alone for now. Maybe it's finished, maybe NOT! :-)