Blue Period #3 of JaZzArT en València Phase II

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This is the second phase, blue period number three. The reason for the designation “blue period” is because of the blue/yellow combination in the abstract “background” of the painting.

This painting, like the others in the series, incorporates figurative art, the figures that form the composition on the front level, and abstract watercolours, that form the secondary level.

Abstract art is as complex as figurative. The same problems of balance, composition, colour theory and movement exists in both forms of art. Therefore I paint the abstract part first, then begin to create the figurative part in rhythm with the colours to ensure balance to the composition.

Here are the details of this painting:

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  1. Sheree · 29 Days Ago


  2. christinenovalarue · 29 Days Ago

    J’adore !

  3. azurea20 · 29 Days Ago

    Armonía y belleza. .

  4. Easymalc · 29 Days Ago

    Thanks for the explanation as to how you achieve your results Francesc. Not only do I find your work pleasing to look at, I also now understand some of the technicalities behind it. Great stuff my friend.

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · 29 Days Ago

      Thank you 😊 my friend! I truly appreciate your words and I am so glad to hear you like it! Cheers! All the best!

  5. equipsblog · 29 Days Ago

    What Malc said. Interesting look at your creative process. It’s even more complex than I imagined.

  6. spwilcen · 29 Days Ago

    Always poo-pooed the “art critic” or “connoisseur” portrayed standing in front of a work staring and (we suppose) thinking (who knows what?). This morning I found myself resizing the full work to fit it all into the screen not requiring a scroll to see it completely. Found my self staring and letting the whole of it work on my mind’s eye. Egads! I have become a precocious consumer? (I am still waiting for my mind’s eye to report back its conclusion.) Others of this JaZzArT series I have “like” more purely for a sense of (for lack of a better word) beauty, but this one’s composition impressed me differently, made me think. Zooks! I believe as my Brit friends say, I need to go have a lie-down. The Master has worked Magic once again. Ole!

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · 29 Days Ago

      Thank you so much SP! I thought of labelling them as “blue”, “green”, “yellow” and soon to be “rose” period (acting as an art historian), just for accounting purposes. I am sure that Picasso never said: “Today I am going to work on my blue period…” those designations have been given by academics so that they can include these so-called periods in their history of art paradigm. But, we have all accepted the concept of periods as valid, so…

  7. beth · 29 Days Ago


  8. Anna Waldherr · 28 Days Ago

    Thank you for sharing your process, Francisco.

  9. Brad Osborne · 28 Days Ago

    I love it when you share the details of the creative process. I am enjoying the addition of the abstract to your work. These have all been fabulous!

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