I decided to participate for various reasons, one which includes my continued involvement in the Pontiac Artists' Studio Tour. The tour runs during the middle 2 weekends in June and my oldest in her 14 year old wisdom ( last year) informed me I would be so much less stressed before the tour if I just got my act together much sooner in the year. So, Emma, I'm placing any waste of paint and supplies and time this January very firmly upon YOUR shoulders! ;) Just kidding.
I do have a collection of paintings in various states of completion and I am truly far ahead as compared to years past and yet I find myself rushing a little too quickly a little too often to get my link up on Leslie Saeta's blog...so the quality may not always be right on, however experimentation is happening which wouldn't have otherwise so I'll chalk it up to lessons learned!
Next, there is the predicament of after I link up my art to her site of perusing through 400+ other artists' daily masterpieces...and they truly are, then I start to doubt and worry and wonder....
then, in an effort of self preservation (or ego preservation at the very least) I quickly go do something else that doesn't involve art at all....and then...
my next predicament: I fall behind! Payroll for Glad Crest Farms is in fine shape, I'm proud to report, but I failed to post yesterday at all...so today, a 2 for one!
The 2 missing seasons from my little experimental series. Summer had many challenges, Autumn was much easier.
each 12 x 16
acrylic on canvas board