Friday, May 20, 2016

hold your breath

I know, I know, it's supposed to be don't hold your breath, which is used to indicate that something is likely to take a long time. If anyone knows me, I'm not very good at waiting for anything that takes a long time. I think that's why doing small, daily paintings appeals so much to me. They are quick and don't require too much patience. Ideally, I would love to have the luxury of doing a small, daily painting each morning and then work on a larger painting. Some day. But until then I'll keep doing what I'm doing, and try to learn more patience along the way. This original 6"x6" oil painting is available, unframed, for $85 here.