Maybe you're not surprised. After all, it's been a long, hard winter, amiright? Clearly it's been an anxious time for the entire world. The mishigas and bewildering uncertainty of it all finally got to me. It was time to jump off the carousel and be still. At least for a while.
And then suddenly Spring sprung! Warblers warbled, cherry blossoms and daffodils bubbled up in jubilation and coaxed me to come out and play. All at once the days were warmer and longer, full of promise and hope. Time for renewal. Time to wake up and live.
And you know what? Soon it'll be time for painting outdoors in the parks and streets all over town. Woo hoo! I predict many new landscape paintings to show you over the next few months. Can't wait!
In the meantime I'm still busy in the studio. Here are a couple of recent paintings I thought you might like to see. I certainly enjoyed creating these setups and painting them. Actually, I could write an entire post about how I go about composing still life setups, and how I choose what to paint. But that's a story for another day. Stay tuned!
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