The varnish is nearly dry on this new painting entitled "Inner Light". It feels light and airy to me and reminds me of the cool breezy spring mornings we're having here in Georgia. (Probably because I painted this piece in the mornings over the past few weeks.) Lately I feel an expansiveness in my morning meditations before going into the studio - a space that is open for something new to emerge.
The painting below entitled "A Taste for Champagne" was painted in the late afternoon/early evenings over the past few weeks, with music blaring and me singing at the top of my lungs. With this one I somehow ended up with a lot of paint on myself, in my hair, on my shoes. And it felt good.