16 x 12
So, while I don't often set out to impose a colour scheme on my work - I find that to be an artificial process that feels too rational for such an intuitive process - I did make a decision to use a lot of green in this piece. Once I had that, and the colour of the foreground figure's bikini top, I wove the purple throughout the rest, letting it work as a foil and near-complement to its surroundings. The warm reds, pinks and peach colours relieve the overall coolness, and I hit them hard in the figures' skin tones.
This was a useful colour experiment and worth remembering for future paintings. It was a good way to take the messy complexity of a photo reference and impose structure and order on it.