The colours are self made except for the dark graphite areas which bring in some contrast.
Originally, the abstract movement intended to do away with form, appealing to primordial emotions. That the colour fields seemed to envelope the viewer and surpass the boundaries of the painting's frame was their most defining characteristic.
Here my format is extremely small (14 x 18 cms) in comparison to the mammoth works by Rothko, Newman, Frankenthaler and the others belonging to this era. This work is small when compared to my own really large (170 x 210 cms) canvases as well.
I like the way the small fields interact with each other creating multiple spaces for the viewers eyes. I can well imagine that the created spaces can be multidimensional for the viewer as well, forcing one to step forward or back as the case may be.
Looking forward now to the scaling up!