The beginnings of Adjective are occurring simultaneously with the endings of Weoman. Weoman requires one more step: Its upper left needs to be refined; the line dividing light from dark has to be made firmly diagonal, clarifying itself as reactor to its opposite right-side edge. This step will create cogent, triangle-like negative space in the upper left corner and edge. Such a simple change will take minutes, yet it is very important to the final emblematic quality of this work.
I believe the beginnings of Adjective are going well. It is, as with all beginnings, dazed and confused. I like that; it requires me to pull solutions out of my creative hat. This is different than the endings of Weoman (and most endings), which require me to firm the creation that is already established. Beginnings are playful, endings more like work. My drawings tend to encapsulate the whole salami in a few hours, rather than the days for the transition, from play to work, that takes place in my paintings.
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