You've possibly have heard of the phrase, "There's gold in them thar hills!"
I got the idea while surfing the cable channels and found an old western movie. Please don't ask me the name of it or who starred in it, because I hate westerns. But, what I came across at that particular time, was an old miser: scraggly white beard, corncob pipe, dirty from weeks of living on the land, and sitting alongside a river where he was told gold nuggets were aplenty.
Panning is still done in some parts of the west, but I've never done it. I wouldn't be my luck to find a chunk of gold, so why the hell bother?
The liquid acrylic abstract is meant to show that gold is definitely strained within "the hills." You just have to know where to look.
This is a 20" x 16" 1" profile liquid acrylic abstract in colors of burnt ember, white, and aztec gold powder mixed with a matte medium for pouring. The finish is a high gloss varnish and is ready to hang.