Not an abstract painting, but an image from NASA's Aqua satellite. It was taken over the Sea of Okhotsk (northwestern Pacific Ocean) a few days ago. The long parallel bands of cumulus clouds are called cloud streets. They form when there's a sort of temperature sandwich! Cold air is blowing over warmer waters and there's a warm air layer above it. This is known as a temperature inversion. (Famously, Los Angeles can get bad smogs when an inversion happens there.)

Image Credit: NASA image courtesy LANCE/EOSDIS MODIS Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC