Lively abstract expressionist painting by Henry Putney, circa 1960s. The mid century painting appears as if it may be an image of deconstructed flowers. There is no distinct form, only a feeling of familiarity that forms the viewer’s narrative. A large amorphic plume of white and yellow moves across a field of indigo. This yellow and white vector can be perceived as some sort of botanical element being liberated from its host. A jettisoned leaf, perhaps. At lower right, an undulating aquamarine mass intimates a blooming flower. The painting is acrylic on canvas board, signed by artist “Henry Putney.” We have several more pieces from Putney.