Painting Withdrawal Syndrome
7/5/2018 07:47:30 am
Jen, your post is timely. Though I've been posting regularly, recent posts reflect painting done days and days ago before our house filled with family and my studio dismantled itself as a studio and put on its former guest room costume. Guests leave tomorrow. My first step will be to start recreating my studio.
7/5/2018 08:13:21 am
Dotty! The weebly gods have repaired the post reply function. YAY!
7/5/2018 07:56:01 am
When I was writing, I said all my good story ideas came from places that I had never been before. They hit almost like a bolt out of the blue. Meanwhile, when Mrs. Sortal and I went to Italy (we're almost art-challenged), it kind of hit us how much of art is related to their religion and history -- all intertwined.
7/5/2018 08:15:23 am
Nick!!! My painting concepts are mostly from my own head, too! We are similarly inspired. But I am influenced by colors, movement, boldness, subtlety.
7/5/2018 08:25:32 am
Wonderful sketch. One suggestion.Put it in Photoshop and blend with a photo..or abstract, walla a new inspiration! I remember that feeling when I returned from Morocco!
7/5/2018 08:50:15 am
Carol! What a wonderful idea! I will play with that.
7/5/2018 08:50:20 am
Welcome home! Take some time to relax and nurture your body - it has taken quite a beating the last few weeks. I know you are anxious and ready to spread some paint and can't wait to see what your trip has inspired you to do.....Thank you for sharing your trip in photos - loved them all!
7/5/2018 09:38:21 am
Yes, Welcome Home!. I'm sure your boys are thrilled and Pongo too! Did you bring him back Italian puppy treats??
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