Deep Water

I am spending days in the studio this week working on paintings I had hidden from my view so that I could think about them in the abstract, so to speak. When I turned them around to view them on Monday of this week, I had a renewed interest and began to find a way to continue as though it had not been weeks ago since last I looked. It was a revelation and though I do not recommend to myself that I wait that long a time before continuing on a painting, I think it was a good idea this time and I am going to pull them through to the finish. The first one pictured here.

"Deep Water" 60 x 30 x 2 inches Encaustic on cradled panel

“Deep Water”
60 x 30 x 2 inches
Encaustic on cradled panel

4 thoughts on “Deep Water

  1. Love this painting, Helen! I like the idea of letting a painting rest and coming back to it later. You bring a completely new perspective after you “detach” from it for awhile.

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