ihet july/august 2017 issue 228
This is my most recent pesky problem. I’m nibbling around the edges, to no avail. So I just look at it. and wait. Then ignore it, and wait. Look at it, and wait. Thing is, there’s always an open-ended space somewhere in there, a questing needing a proper answer, and dumping some thoughtless thing into that space, simply because I can, defeats the purpose. So I’m ok with the patience and perseverance the process requires.
I don’t get tied up in creative knots. I just go where curiosity leads, and most recently, that’s constructing compact stage-like vignettes. These interludes begin where the narrative qualities of the paintings leave off. Looking in on medium large nuts and bolts.
O’ Those Beach Days. The customs of a well polished routine, illustrated.
Wherever your summer happens to take you . . . have a good one . . . and thanks for reading.
Thanks for reading.