“Where the Wind Takes Me” 8×8, oil on canvas
Another day, another painting that I thought was going one way and then decided it should go another. It’s always the faces that feel the scariest to paint over. But then I remember what all this is for: experimenting, learning, playing. Sometimes it feels as much like an exercise in not being afraid as it does in making art. Check out the video below to see how this painting started and where it ended up.
All my paintings from the month will be available February 3 at the gallery and online February 6.
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Written by Denise Hopkins
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