A beautiful, early spring day. And what better way to spend it than holed up in a window-less loft space!
I began the day with a short stint of paid work, and then the time was all mine.
First, some email and internet errands and posts.
Second, I mounted a couple of slides for a new secret date painting.
Third, I marked out the date in a swish Art Deco font.
Fourth, I went back on the computer.
Fifth, I ate lunch.
And finally I was ready to paint.
The continuing saga of 'Home Sweet Home'.
I am pleased to report that having sat and gazed upon it at leisure during the past 2 evenings, it isn't nearly as bad as I believed last week. Still needs a bit more werk in a couple of the green neon areas though, so I tackle these and leave it at that. I will let it rest until next week, or maybe the week after.
And so, onto my next job: that blue 'morse code', breaching the edge of the faux rock-face with illuminating blue glow. I think we're getting there.
Flushed with the residue of success, I go and have a cup of tea, and put the slab of rock-face aside to dry. And when I return it is to tackle another, almost finished, canvas. I'm still learning when it comes to this white neon, but someday soon I will finish this white 'Path of Least Resistance'.
And that is me pretty much done for the day. See you next week.