This one didn’t need a lot of revising, imo, but it did need some. I like it much better now that the flower doesn’t blend so much into the background.
daily painting: 365 day art project
And just like that..another month has ended, and a new one has begun. January was my favorite month of daily painting by far. I was able to record a bunch of videos, and get my youtube channel going again. Really happy about that because it’s been sitting there neglected for six months.
I also was able to find a nice groove doing the 365 day project, finally. I didn’t realize how much I was struggling with it until I wasn’t anymore. I felt a huge weight lift off my shoulders when I started going with the natural organic flow of the day, every day, rather than having a rigid theme to follow. I’m so much happier now.
Your life is the manifestation of your dream;
it is an art.
You can change your life anytime if
you aren’t enjoying the dream.
– don Miguel Ruiz
So, no theme, no pressure to finish a painting daily, and no daily blogging are my new “rules” for the remainder of the 365 day project. I work best when I don’t box myself in like that.
So, here’s to month 7 of painting daily, which is magically spread out before me. This month I hope to get some more paintings revised, and perhaps give my art journal some attention. Nothing crazy. I’m pacing myself because I have 5 more months to go before I get a day off.
What do you hope to accomplish during this short winter month in your studio? Let me know in the comments below.
Linking to PPF.