Today, some lively, animated, playful triangles hanging out with a few red circles.
I investigated with this piece whether or not I could introduce line yet keep shapes as the predominant feature. My conjecture is that if viewers were asked, What do you see in this painting?, more often than not triangles—or perhaps the big red implied orb—would be named first.
Feel free to weigh in, dear viewers!
What an amazing experience 100 Drawings was! Jane's lessons and feedback stretched me way beyond what I was anticipating—and I was anticipating some strenuous stretching!
I feel like one of my paintings … the first layer is no longer visible, but every brushstroke along the way has brought me to this stunning new place I couldn't have imagined on August 31.
In the spirit of building layers, complexities, nuance, and rich textures, and then letting go of attachment to keep adding layers, off I go into whatever my ongoing painting life brings.
I'm looking forward to an increase in discretionary time, and I'm simultaneously anticipating I may experience withdrawal symptoms.
I am so grateful for the gifts of learning, investigation, instruction, guidance, and rich camaraderie.