I think a lot of abstract art has a strong intuitive component to it. One may start out with an idea, but the interaction of media and paper tends to lead in unanticipated directions. In this case, the application of the first stroke–the wide rectangular shape at the upper left–defines the space and limits the options for the rest of the composition.
This piece was created with ink applied with a thin piece of wood over ink stained water swirls.
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