This was the final piece that I did for the Dreams and Fears show – took me a while to get a photo of it. Funny story behind it. . . at least, I think it’s funny now. I’d been working on it off and on for about a week, and it wasn’t pleasing me. I was almost at the point where I was going to re-prime the canvas and start again, when. . . my delightful cat, decided that the water jar (with three brushes in it), looked like it might be fun to knock over. She did, and then ran – with me howling and chasing her (it landed on pale carpet – as I tend to temp fate when I paint). As I rounded the couch for the second time, I kicked the canvas over on it’s side. . . and made the startling realization that the piece was done – it just needed a different perspective. Kitty got treats, and the mess was cleaned up.
medium: acrylic paint – freehand lines No airbrush, compass or ruler was tortured during the production of this piece.
The original painting is for sale atm, but is currently locked into a show until the end of the month.
In memory of the three sable brushes that met their end during it’s production.