For the next two exhibitions I have been on an unusually tight schedule, thus having to make the production process as efficient as possible. Alas, no time for a range of new motifs and prototypes. There will hopefully be time for that later on this year.
Outside my studio.
Nevertheless, experiments can also be focused on ground already covered. By taking up some of my most valued references, I was able to work towards an array of my best compositions so far, and bring them a notch furter.
Thea giving the canvas a decent scrubbing. It’s hard work!
So, did this loop approach make any difference as to saving valuable time? I would say it probably did, although I find myself in a notorious habit of getting involved in some strange detail, effect or other aspect, only to see it it swiftly gone in a whim of sandpaper madness.
Like the nature I try to convey, it’s never predictable.
I simply love the way this one turned out. A slightly rougher approach. Perhaps this will be my M.O. for the next series.