The task here is to verbally describe an abstract work of art. This is quite difficult and I've always been impressed by the powers of description of art reviewers I encounter here and there in art magazines who seem to be able to verbally characterize a given abstract work. In my thread a week or so back asking people to describe a painting to fit a title, Gokul, (and maybe some others) felt the title suggested an abstract work, but describing an abstract work struck him as too difficult and he resorted to illustration. I'm hoping he tackles this one to explore how it can be done, and that other pitch in to raise the bar on him. "The Firey Demise Of The Phoenix"