Then these 2 below are changes in hue and saturation of my favourite part of the painting where the layers of paint and brushstrokes are evident.
I've printed most of these out on Jacquard inkjet cotton sheets ( having restocked my supplies with 2 packs of 30 , that should keep me going for a while....) These are currently marinading on my design wall while I decide how to use them as Journal Quilts .
Also in the post besides inkjet supplies was a copy of Jane Dunnewold's 'Creative Strength Training' which I pre-ordered. I've started reading it and thinking about the exercises but first I want to crystallise my understanding of the 'Reading a Paint Surface' course now I've had time to ponder what the take -home messages are for me. By coincidence, this week's Painters Key's post 'returning to a cold easel' offers a different perspective on the same subject.
“The painting is finished when the idea has disappeared.” (Georges Braque)