This is "Cloud" by Cecily Kahn, 2005.
Besides the fact that these are beautiful works of art, can you guess why I have shown them all together?
These are three generations of women painters. As far as I know Emily is still alive and working and Cecily has established herself as well. Just in case that wasn't enough art in one family, here is a little something by Emily's husband (Cecily's father) Wolf Kahn.
"Blue Triangle", Wolf Kahn, 2004
Can't you just imagine what it was like around their house?
Here are some links: Wolf Kahn, Emily Mason, Cecily Kahn, Alice Trumbull. You can get lost in these beautiful pure forms and colors. It's interesting to me that Wolf Kahn was, of the four artists here, the one who painted the most recognizable subjects (landscapes), but he has clearly moved towards abstraction. I imagine it would be impossible not to have your own work influenced by an artist you lived with. So, what do you think?