More experimenting in the style of Charles Demuth.
This was a tremendous learning experience for me.
I think mainly in that I had to be more deliberate than I customarily am. For one, I had to let things dry! Which I did not always succeed in doing!
I noticed that Demuth makes his shadows and "fractures" another value of the underlying color-- eg, not blue or violet.
The most intriguing mind game was deciding where to drop the lines ... nervewracking since the painting was pretty much done! In future I think I'll xerox my drawing and try out different ways to intersect the scene on them.
Of course, I see a problem, or two, but overall this was a fun challenge, involved a lot of thought, even obsession, and I'm pretty pleased.