The Slow Slog…

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Wonky Geometry No. 66, Ink and acrylic on paper, 30 x 30 cm. 2019

Nobody much writes about the long slow slog that most painters experience.  I know some – Sidney Nolan was one such – can work at a lick to completion.  I’m not one.  I wrote before the festive season about completing pieces ahead of the break. And naturally enough failed with several I had hoped would now be behind me.  Picking up the plot at this distance (an extra two week gap whilst we were in Cornwall) is a bit of a slog.

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