Sometimes I think it would be nice if life were as simple as walking along the shoreline pulling food from the waves. Flying over the everchanging landscape on a breeze that is constantly blowing. Sleeping quietly in the beach grass or on the pier with one eye open hoping for a fishermen to toss a mackeral or two. Here’s to familiar life moments coming back to stay.
Lesson learned: Patience is still an important virtue.
A bit pinched for time today. This happens at times when one of my regular working days needs to be reworked. I may have some studio time this weekend to keep up with this 30/30 project. Enjoying the “push” so far. This piece was made on a scrap of heavy watercolor paper from a commissioned painting last year. Had a cool color base of mixed dry media which I have added ink, color pencil, and Caran D’arche color layers. Another entry for the 30/30 challenge project on the http://lesliesaeta.blogspot.com/ art blog.
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