I sold this tiny painting to a lovely person in the U.S.
Moon and clouds #1
Almost immediately the master cloud painter showed me what she’s capable of in an amazing and dramatic storm scene over Sydney :
Storm over Sydney 9/1/18
In other obsession news:
Here is a delicious succulent flower I found in my mother’s garden. 3 x five-petalled motifs in one!
My knitting obsession throws up some intriguing images such as these 1/2-used balls of Louisa Harding Amitola Grande.
I pulled out a whole host of unfinished knitting projects. If and when I finish them I’ll colour in the image!
Day 924/77 (approximation?) ☁⚡🌸🎨
Fingerless gloves have been distracting me, so I shamed myself this morning by taking a photo of them (note some of them haven’t even spawned a twin before I moved on to another idea). I tell myself I have to knit to get a soft and soothing colour fix.
Shame expressed and failure noted. Now to get back to painting!
I’m doing some small acrylic paintings, working with ideas about folds, and illusions related to patterns in folds (I think). Influences on this work include origami tessellations, origami sekkei, woven patterns and perhaps—much further down the track—a broader metaphor related to Platonic allegories. I’m looking for an Allegory of the Divided Line for Dummies for just this purpose.
I was having trouble with visualising and representing the folded pattern (see thumbnails from progress recording below), hence I hid away in lovely gloves for a short time. Today I’ll mock up a folded pattern, using Japanese stamps on cardboard, and photograph to use as reference. I hope that breaks the block!
😣 Day 948/53