This afternoon I started painting the scene of my uncle opening up the bee hive. I want to work faster and looser with this one, and so far I am happy with how things are coming along. Before getting on with the rest I want to study a few John Singer Sargent works. Not sure how to handle the ground and finish off the trees. It’s been nice getting into this after a couple weeks of too much going on.
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I’m so happy to see you getting back to the brush, Corey. A splendid beginning, from what I can see. What a terrific feeling! I know the frustration of too much going on. I’ve had that for three full weeks, and this week approaching is going to be a monster. With Sunday waning, I’m going to do my best to get back to my watercolor for a little while, this evening. Stick with it, my friend! Incidentally, I too struggle with transitioning trees to the ground, and buildings to the ground. I’m not sure why I struggle with that, but I do. Best to you in your endeavors.