welcome to my online journal, where I reflect on art, what it means to me, and the processes I use to create it.
~ nancy green
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Perhaps in reaction to the mind-stretching exercises of the last post, I celebrated my birthday today with a free-paint session in the studio. I didn't worry about lofty philosophical questions (were they a reaction to the pain in my wrist and hand?), I just immersed myself in materials and processes. I have a good dozen small panels hanging on the pegboard wall that were started last spring but have a long ways to go, so it was easy to just pick one up and put down a layer of paint and cold wax, then pick up another and draw, then go to another and scrape, as the spirit moved me. A nice antidote to perhaps too much thinking. I don't know whether these will be individual pieces or will be grouped, and it will be fun to see what happens.
The image at left is the final version of an 8"x8" panel begun at the workshop. I don't know what to call it, but I like it.