Time for change.
Time to get rid of things that are not being used. Move things around. Set things up differently. Turn the studio inside out, upside down and totally reorganize it. Just like hitting the restart button on a computer.
Change invigorates me. Find a better way to store and access my tubes of pigment. Stack things differently. Try out a different palette. Find a new container for brushes. Change creates more room in the studio for my elbows and larger canvases.
Time to paint.
Explore new ways to paint my polar bears.
How to paint wildly to capture these fascinating animals?
Layers and layers of paint. I apply more color until a bear emerges out of the pigment. This bear rests but is ready to take action. I focus on their strength and power while I work. Their immense presence. Shape the form with color and emotions. Motion and movement with more color. I want these bears to breathe!
Bears roam around in my studio.