Painter’s block no more! The last several months, I’ve started a few paintings and just couldn’t quite bring myself to finish them. They were all very true-to-life detailed pieces… perhaps that was the problem. So, this morning the sun was shining brightly in my work room and I pulled out a palette knife and a tiny (5×7) less-daunting canvas and got to work. These thoughts were my inspiration:
It’s a sunshine-filled day and you’re on the open road. You find it hard focus on driving as your gaze strays to the distant snowcapped mountain range. Minutes later, it’s all a blur in your rear-view mirror and you’re wishing for a pause button. So, I paused the sunny-skied view stuck in my thoughts and focused less on details, more on the broad scope. This was the result.