Today I got back to some serious work after quite a layoff. And I remembered that it can be rather tiring! In fact its a well kept secret amongst painters that the studio is rarely a relaxing environment and that, although there is a degree of sitting and pondering, mostly it is quite hard graft. I’m now endeavouring to make solid progress on the eighteen panels that will make up the core of the forthcoming show. Actually I have six ready to go and another fifteen in play (I can count but I like to have a few extras in the mix).
Here’s two of those still ‘on the go’ but I fancy nearing completion. The only distraction today has been the arrival on the scene of someone who I fancy may become my sternest critic…not least as she’s likely to be the most regular presence in the studio…so say hello to Mindy.
But for now its time to get back on the road…Wymeswold and the other Wolds, Prest, Walton & Burton plus Hoton and just maybe Cotes…all part of the Playground Of The Midlands.