Spring Cleaning

Winter has arrived in Tasmania and some use the increased indoor time to do ‘spring cleaning’. When do you do your spring cleaning?

I’m going through piles of papers, in an attempt to organise/clean my studio space (a room downstairs in my house). I found this painting I started a few years ago and decided it needed to be finished. Introducing “Holding Hands II”.

With no wings, this is how emus hold hands (lol)

This original water colour painting is 21.0 x 29.7 cm and fits a standard A-4 sized frame. https://pjpaintings.com/collections/original-paintings

I hope to finish more paintings that I have abandoned for whatever reason. Often I stop painting something because another idea has come into my head that excites me and I can’t wait to explore it, so I start another painting and forget to go back to the one I started earlier. (I wonder if this is a common occurrence among artists??? It must be.) They are no good to me, or anybody, half finished. Very unfulfilling. When they are finished at least I can stop storing them. They are either good enough to try to sell and put a smile on somebody’s face, or they can go in the recycling bin.

I hope that you are having a sunshiny kind of day and if you are spring cleaning, I hope you’re making good progress. 🙂

Cheers, from Patricia (PJ)

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