An ever more exuberant use of color followed with the Fauvist movement, where arists merry employed bright, chromatic colors in their works, prompting the critics of the day, who apparently liked only dull colors, to dub them "les fauves' (wild beasts).
One of the most famous paintings of that time is The Green Stripe, a rather vivid portrait of Madame Matisse painted by her color-loving husband, Henri.
The Green Stripe
Since the 'wild beast' theme is so appropriate here, what better time pay homage to Matisse and create my own version of The Green Stripe.
Acrylic on paper
And this bear officially marks the halfway point in the '100 Ways' trek. Only 50 more to go, and surprisingly, I'm not tired of this ol' bear at all yet. Thanks for coming along so far!