It was a good day in the studio. I always say "a good day" hesitantly since I am never satisfied. I never walk away from the studio feeling satisfied. I feel it was a good day by looking back, like watching a satisfying sunset; there is a sense of detachment, a lack of ownership.
I'll show you the two drawings from today. Here they are...
The painting was equally as interesting. I attacked it in an manner unusual for me; I was more aggressive. I challenged my ability by jumping in without forethought. Most of my work has this aspect of jumping without forethought, but this was different, especially in terms of color and tuse of paint. I know you probably don't understand since this blog is so new and my philosophy and technique is just beginning to be explained. I need to take some time to explain my artistic roots and my basic approach. I will do this, right here, very soon. When I do, you will understand better when I say "I have challenged the roots of past."
Tomorrow morning I will take a photo of the painting I made today and post it.
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