Why aren’t there any wet paintings in my drying rack today?
I had a client come this morning to pick up the three commissioned pieces I painted for him in August. It looks so empty without those three paintings, but Ron was really excited about them, so I know he’ll be giving them a good home.
All the “water” and “vacation” series paintings that were filling the rest of the rack are now tucked away in the box I use to transport paintings to shows. They’re waiting to be taken to the Trillium Art Festival on Saturday.
There are a couple of other newer paintings I’ve still got hanging around — those are now filling the spaces in my home where the water paintings had been hanging.
It’s hard for me to be motivated to paint when it’s so empty here in my studio. You’d think it would make me want to paint more quickly to fill the racks up.
Tim votes NO to the idea of a collie farm (located in our subdivision,) so I guess I’ll just have to keep painting until we move to the country some day.