Monday, May 15, 2017

Salle de Bain Galerie

A 5x7" panel currently resides in my en suite bathroom where it acts as a periodic visual reminder throughout the day to drop my shoulders down from holding up my ears. I see it just often enough for it to serve its purpose.

I come back to my breath.

The panel looked like this in June 2015.

Jonesport Geometry

Never liked it.

Grabbed it a couple of weeks ago and started using it as a 'throw-away' board, a panel on which I off-load the last bits of paint from my brush rather than wash that valuable commodity down the drain. I have no game-plan currently other than to reactivate the panel for some future painting.

Until then, I'll keep off-loading residual paint and returning to my breath.






6 comments:

  1. Love the way you think, and how you continue to move forward :)

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    1. Thanks for the support, Sheila. I am unusually busy right now, with multiple competing demands, and I am longing to get studio time back in the center.

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  2. Hi Dotty! Good to read the whole story that I already saw on Instagram. Great to let the painting transform this way!

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    1. I'm eager to let it transform past its current discordant ugly colors! Hope to grab a little studio time today, after which I'll have brushes looking for a place to unload : )

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  3. oh my!! I LOVE what you are doing! With each new layer, I want to yell STOP!!! because it is lovely...then the next one is even better! Do your thing, Dotty. It is wonderful!

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    1. Hey, Jen, good morning! Thanks for the thumbs up! I'm expecting to add more today, fingers crossed.

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