What day is it?
That seems to be the question I ask a lot and a question I know everyone is asking. Our days melt into one another, and if you are lucky enough to be working, you are most likely working from your home.
For the most part, artists love isolating in their studios
blocking out the rest of the world as they struggle with their paintings
, figuring out what works and why, or what doesn’t work and why not?
But forced isolation?
The brain rebels. So to keep my sanity and my business going, I play mind games with myself: 'Paint for the morning, and you can take a lunch break outside in the sun of the backyard.' Stuff like that. I’d be interested to hear what you do.
In between worrying about the health of my family and friends, I find inspiration in the Ordinary (you guys know that) and try to bring it over to the Extra-ordinary side.
"Counter Culture" brings you to my bathroom sink, "Last Bowl Of Grapes" is just that, "Green Blankets" recalls a sunny morning, and "Don’t Let The Blues Get To You" (SOLD!) was from a favorite coffee place.
Stay safe, stay in touch.