Friday, June 25, 2010

For me, putting the first brush stroke on a painting is like jumping off a cliff.  There is a lot of hesitation and uncertainty.  I've been trying to be more deliberate with my color choices, however it seems once the paint hits the paper I often have to readjust my plan.  It wasn't until around 9:00 pm last night that I was able to begin to paint the hydrangeas.....largely in part to having to play referee all day to both my boys.  I was able to continue this morning, as it was much quieter, building upon the base of my painting.  So far I'm pleased with the direction it is taking.

1 comment:

  1. I am a little concerned about how to paint the tin can. That will be the most challenging part of this painting.



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