Sunday, January 2, 2011
I'm going to start my new year of blogging with this modest little painting done late in the day as the natural light from my skylight was diminishing. Ovanes once commented that a student should do 20 or 25 paintings a day and it made me wonder seriously if he had actually ever done that. I think the most I have done (other than quick sketches in a class) was seven small paintings in a day and at the end of that day I was exhausted. But it is good to do a second painting in a day because after the first one, I give a big sigh of relief and realize that now I can do whatever I want! And if both turn out OK, then the next day I will feel even more experimental. Such is the psychology of painting ahead!
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