Art works take on a life of their own. This painting started with a frenzy of energy. The creative muses were trying desperately to tell me something. I worked with a satisfying flourish. And then nothing. I stared at it for months and moved it aside so I could create other things. I worked painstakingly slowly. Until the last two days of its evolution the final touches called obviously to me. It was finally time for me to understand how to finish it. It holds a satisfying sense of completion that I rarely feel in my work.
The Vastness of Unperceivable Change
16 x 24 inches
Watercolor on Paper
July 3, 2016