This painting, a response to a terribly painful medical procedure I had to endure in December, is titled
Just a Little Discomfort
(which is what the medical people in charge told me I would experience)
TerraSkin is made from stone (actually, it is made from more than 75% calcium carbonate added to less than 25% polyethylene used as a binder).
This sheet was heavy (the sheets come in various weights from 8 to 16 pt. - not weighted like watercolor paper but the online information tells you what the weight is compared to watercolor paper). The "paper" was given to me by a watercolor society friend who said she probably would never use it.
As this picture shows, it wasn't a very good abstract to begin with; and I thought more effort and thinking about it - as well as bringing out what I saw in the original painting - would make it better.
The shine of the acrylic on the TerraSkin made it impossible to photograph while on the wall so it's lying on the table and the colors here are pretty close to what they are in real life.
(Art isn't always beautiful. Sometimes it's cathartic, meant to release your inner feelings which are not always pretty. And sometimes people recognize the humanity behind that - sometimes they don't.)
I worked on this again, lifting paint off with alcohol sheets and shaping things more for visual interest. I even cropped a bit off one edge and the top so it's more horizontal now. Here's the revised version, which makes more sense to me - and, I hope, to you!
I was able to put it on the corkboard and photograph it but the left side is still shiny so here it is on the table (without the shine on the left side).