looking in from the summer garden, the leaves brush my cheek
I spent my studio time painting in negative space.
Posted the next day, now in finished form.
Original post, I like it OK but bothered by the lack of precision. I continued to work on it the next day.
cleaning an old watercolor palette, you can see what my color preferences tend to be!
In my house growing up there was a print of a Paul Klee fish in a bowl. I spent a lot of time looking at it, as you might be able to guess.
I ran out of free time, so ended up drawing as I listened in to my Wednesday book group, which is working through Mary Greer’s 21 ways to Read a Tarot Card. One of the exercises was embodying the 4 of Pentacles from the Rider-Waite deck, which obviously happened while I was setting up the drawing. So here’s my version of that card based on memory and the description read by the book group’s leader of the day. The frog just happened to stop by on its own.
somewhere a door closes, somewhere a window is open
if this looks a bit like an incoherent mess, then it’s an accurate reflection of my state of mind.