Sunday, January 22, 2012

Paris Series

from Paris Series 6/16 21x15 cm each,
acrylic and oil on paper
Paris Series 5/16

        It is too cold to work with clay, and too risky to turn on the kiln (because of thunderstorms), so I started to document and make inventory of the thousands paintings and drawings I have in the studio.

As a "serial" painter, I always paint more than one painting at a time, whether it is on canvases or paper. When it is on canvas it is very easy of course to track them, and put them together, but when papers involved, I find it very difficult to keep series together all the time. They tend to get lost between drawers, and some times even get lost completely. Probably because I have sold them and could not remember, or gave them as presents, or God knows where they are hiding.

Paris Series 2/16

Paris Series 1/16

Inventory could be a good solution, and also a good way to spend the time in a cold day.

Paris Series 4/16

Paris Series 15/16

 Mean while the new jars are already dry enough to upload them as soon as the storm stops.


Linda Starr said...

So glad to see you are back blogging again, lovely pottery below with the carving and your paintings are so cheerful, nice for cold winter's day, hope you are doing well.

Kitty Shepherd said...

Hello there, your back to blogging, well done and lovely work too. I am not blogging much these days, too cold in the workshop for me just now, but I am drawing and getting ready to pounce!


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