For the basic composition of this painting used pouring medium with a dark purple paint and pored it onto the flat surface. Then I swirled it around, creating some ‘striped’ textures.
Then I made a foam of water, flow release, GAC100 and several colours of acrylic ink and liquid paint. I scooped the foam onto the flat canvas and let it dry. The difference in weight of the various pigments created the little ‘islands’ of pink, red, white and purple.
I was exited by the effect, but something was lacking. The composition did not feel complete. I left the unfinished painting for a while until one day I put a little white paint on a wet sponge and in one strike I put in the translucent white semi-circle. Then it felt complete. Like a bubble materializing from the primordial soup. Hence the title.