Heading for the Studio
It’s a lovely rainy Monday morning with intermittent thunderstorms. No excuses this time. I can’t go outside and do weeding chores, so I’m thrilled to be heading out to the studio to brush away the cobwebs and see what has happened to my creative process while I’ve been out and about.
Today I can truthfully say I’m energized and inspired. I think it’s a combination of just plain missing the paints and of seeing some inspirational images looking through my digital files this morning early.
This is a picture of a triptych that I honestly thought I had lost. I knew there was a good one somewhere, and so this morning I came across it on flickr. Looking at this triptych makes me even more convinced of how much influence the passage of time and the effects of the elements have on my imagery.
I’ve shown this image on the blog before, but it was way back when I created it for a commission. This triptych is three panels, 6x24x2 inches each.
And a more recent one, not shown before:
This one was sent to the gallery in Tampa in a recent shipment.
OK, sufficiently inspired. I’m going now. Have a wonderful, creative week!