I just finished a few more black and white pieces. I just wanted to push myself to use these small pieces to critically take a look at what I did and didn’t like about a quick improvisational design. (And to get ready for a certain class which you inevitably start with a black and white piece which I dread). I didn’t spend much time on them but, again, they do bring the design sharply into focus.
But the saving moment for these little pieces: they just got me moving and wanting to do more. And gave me time to think about what I want to do the next year and bring in to focus what I really don’t want to do. You may wonder why I would want to finish a “study” piece and the answer is-practice and more practice.
|Looking For The Road #2
15×19 – 2011
|Looking For The Road #3
I just want to add paint to these. But I won’t. I will just let them be black and white. And not be afraid of it when I have to use it in a few weeks.
But to add to that- that is not to say I may not try more with paint added. Aren’t I fickle?
Be creative, my friends.