This is for a class in which, last week, we looked at the paintings of Nell Blaine. Her early work was mostly abstract, but, after she was paralyzed by polio, her work became more representational (what's the cause-and-effect? idk, except maybe being, at least initially, more confined, she chose to paint what she could see?) and she painted more watercolors, which, the paper lying flat, were easier for her to paint.
I love her landscapes and still lifes, and her wondercfgul view-through-a-window paintings.
I chose to paint from a photo of dwarf iris in my yard.
Finding ot hard to "fill in" the negative shapes...
Best bet is probably to think it over for a day!