This abstract watercolor immediately changes the mood of the viewer, pushes for introspection, and invites just a bit of the blues, inviting a tad of sour in with the sweet. And, while blue is the main color of this art piece, a more careful look awards the viewer with grays, and an unexpected beige. The geometric shapes prevailing on the painting are at the same time rigid and free; grounded and floating. The circular motion of the shapes is almost hypnotic, further reinforcing the need for deeper reflection. This remarkably thoughtful piece will work wonderfully in almost any space but would look best in a modern or coastal setting.