This image is a mess of colors and lines with no apparent subject or focal point. There are black lines and splotches of color all over the canvas. Kandinsky would paint in response to music and paint what he felt through the music, a truly abstract form of expression. In this image black lines seem to dance across the top of the canvas, suggesting movement and rhythm. The black lines at the lower left corner are repetitious and recede towards the center of the canvas as if the brushstrokes started off of the page. The brushstrokes are not well defined, so the lines delineate any forms. It honestly looks like a watercolor artist accidentally bumped over their washing water cup, spilling the contents in splotches of color all over.