[singlepic id=333 w=460 h=240 float=] Today is Solstice, and it feels like time for new beginnings. Of course there are a few holidays ahead, but shortly, hopefully, I can get back into the groove and do some serious painting.
The past few months have been like those dreams where I run and get nowhere... with so many shows and so much to do, there was always something standing between me and the studio. Right after the Sausalito show, the flu took me out until the Little Spokane studio tour. October was spent planning and sketching for upcoming shows, and starting to build up some creative momentum--just in time for jury duty in November, Thanksgiving week and the regular interruptions that are part of the holiday season.
So once again, I'm looking forward to January. My first big project will be Las Lunas, the large three-panel oil mentioned in the previous post (the pastel study is shown above). Some major rearranging of my tiny back-room studio was required to even fit the three 3' x 3' canvases, but it will have to work for now.
Something hopefully good has come of this sometimes frustrating few months: between the challenges of maintaining my schedule working at an in-home studio, and my desire to begin painting more large format pieces, I've decided it's time to start looking for an off-site studio. More about that in the next few months, I hope. In the meantime, happy Solstice!