Then, each undertaking to which I turned my attention took longer than expected, in one case way longer.
But, I had to paint, just couldn't not scratch that itch.
So today, vs. yesterday, I did paint quickly.
I took Betty Krause as my telementor. She starts paintings with quick intuitive scribbles and marks. Really quick. No thought or design in mind. Just scribbles and marks: GO!
Thank you, Betty, for sparking me today.
I bumped into a pad of unstretched canvas, tore off a sheet.
Scribbled and marked with a PaperMate pencil, a grease pencil, pastel pencils, and a graphite crayon.
|first marks, three minutes|
|second marks, 90 seconds|
|third marks, 30 seconds|
Stopped because I have to make phone calls, gather financial data, do some handwork with needle and thread, research a gift idea.
Stopped because I love this start and want to enjoy it for a day before I add layers.