As an artist, I've always enjoyed showing the process of my painting experience.
In this blog post, we take it down to the bare bones.
The reason why... in this studio, away from my home studio in California, I've had to improvise.
This has brought a welcoming experience of just tacking the canvas to the wall, and painting it that way. Painting it as it is.
I guess I think of this as my 'rustic studio', here in Italy.
Every experience brings challenges and opportunities, so I'm very excited to show and describe the process here, on this blog.
|The doorway to the studio.|
|A cramped studio. You work with what you have available.|
|A group of finished canvases to be shipped back to the gallery.|
|Trying to keep the plaster walls and tile floors as clean as I can.|
|My studio floor.|
These paintings will all be exhibited in our gallery in Carmel, California later this year.
I'm looking forward to the show.