Very unique submission. It is simple and elegant in design, and its shapes readily welcome themselves to the eye. They are also open to interpretation, which significantly increases its value. The red object appears to be a odd-colored black-hole, swallowing a the tan-colored planet (or UFO) whole. The two also resemble a rose and a acorn. That's why art submissions such as these are so appealing; they have no distinctive shapes, which allows the audiences to use their imagination to perceive what they are. This is an example on how art can be beautifully diverse in its many forms.
This is a really fresh work straight out of your gallery. I haven't seen something like this. The minimalistic design and the blooming colors work very well together. Each element here is free of conflict, and they all share the spot-light. There is also little hints of patterns here, which is a subtle touch.
There is another subtly I noticed. While there doesn't seem to be any indication of tan elsewhere in this submission, I watched the background and saw something very unique. I noticed the tan colors do spread out from its parent object and do change in color as they travel to the reddish hues of the picture, changing form from shape to color. Brilliant use of tweaking. That alone deserved my favorite.
I'm afraid I have nothing to add on how you can improve from this piece. You've done a great job here, and this will definitely be on my to-buy-print list. I think I will simply stop praising and remark that this is another another high-point in your gallery. It truly is a masterpiece you've conjured. Well done.
(By the way, I think this is a bit unfair. Constructive criticism should be high-lighting flaws and making rational points on how you, as the artist, can improve; I really can't high-light any flaws here, so coming out of my typed-out-thoughts, that's surprising for me.)