I think I may be going back to my roots. That is lower key and quiet paintings. While I havent posted them on Daily Paintworks I've been doing a lot of larger gallery pieces this year which have been very consuming. So consuming that I often forget to eat lunch - which is saying a LOT. That's right, I work straight through lunch and right up to dinner. YOWZER! (Did I spell that right?)
But all this heavy lifting, so to speak, has me doing some "heaving thinking".
Sometimes I wonder if I'm spinning my wheels in the studio. Why am I really doing this?? Who am I doing it for ? And various other philosophical questions clutter my thoughts - until I get my brushes wet. From that point on it's pure and utter focus. My thoughts turn to questions of hue and brush strokes and what would Richard Schmid do here? But when the dust settles... See the rest of my rant on my blog here: http://loritwiggs.blogspot.com/2017/03/back-to-my-roots.html