Feb. 28, '13 , Acrylic on Gessobord (3/4" birch sides) 12" x 12" Ready-to-Hang
My cousin Kristy asked for some reflections on how this exercise of a Painting-A-Day has been for me. First, I made it through the month of February! Yes! Second, it has more positives than negatives! Third, I want to keep going with it! It has been a good experience for me. The discipline to paint every day is a healthy one for an artist, not easy, but good. I have learned to be flexible with myself. This is crucial when I have other commissions. But, I find myself drawn to that 12x12" white surface with a sense of excitement...what will it be today? I love the variety. I am learning technique in the process, as I experiment. I love that it is an affordable piece of original art for people to buy. Cheaper, really, than a print that needs to be framed. I appreciate the immediate feedback I receive from viewers. One of my challenges is to spread the word to others who might like to follow my progress...that is where I need your help. Anytime you run across someone you know who is interested in art, I would be thankful to have you share my website www.RobynSandAnderson.com or share my facebook art page,
Robyn Sand Anderson Art. Thanks so much everyone!
That said, this weekend, I will take a break for some family time. Next week I will need to take the whole week to work on the Buxtehude commission. I will keep you updated with the progress of painting #2 and #3. I hate to let go of my daily 12x12 paintings, but I have to in order to fulfill this commission. It is intrigueing, challenging work to interpret 17th century music and 11th century lyrics. But I love it! Talk to you soon!
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