It could do with a quater inch width lavender line extending from top to bottom in the direct center unbroken except where it intercepts the crest of the meicircular form near the top creating the linear illusion that it passes behind, but it's just wonderful the way it is. I want to know if the "X" configured forms which resemble birds from a distance are found items implimented in addition to paint or if they are painted to appear as if they are found items. Either way the placement is excelent, and the argument that takes place between the duet of opposing triangles and these "X" forms creates somthing well above a tolerable balance in juxtiposition with the crescent at top.
However a word of advice (not mine) Beware of green, it will always start so innocently "just a little green " you will think to yourself, but then soon it will be more, and then more after that; But it doesn't end there because when you finaly manage to pull yourself away from the green (at long last) the green will begin to wisper to you quietly at first, and then gradualy louder untill it is screaming at you without mercy! "I WANT ORANGE GIVE ME ORANGE!ORANGE!ORANGE!ORANGE!" And it will not relent untill you have done what it has demanded! Therefore I have devised a special strategy for dealing with green and it's constant greed, add green *ONLY EVER* last, for if you do not....you will be doomed to add orange last.
I think the best things about the painting cannot really be seen through the picture. It si difficult to get the sense of texture (certainly cool, being painted on wood) and the surface extensions... The title is always curious, not only for the Latin (why Latin?) but because of what it might mean...
I think it is cool that you like latin so much. I admire it, yet I find it irritating in a way. Hard to descrive. It is much too similar to Spanish, yet it has all the annoyances that Spanish seems to have rid itself of already.