Each morning, I wake up thinking about art, excited to face a new work, another painting. Or, I may be working on an old piece of art that never quite suited me. Why? Because having looked at this older piece for too long right after I painted it, I lost my objectivity. I couldn’t determine what it needed. At least not then.
Interior Design magazines show perfectly photographed rooms in houses that are neutral, neutral, neutral. Very little individual personality appears in too many of these publications online or in traditional magazine formats.
This painting has evolved over time. The video shows some of the steps I used to achieve my goals. I enjoyed creating Yellow Hat because it's different than my other paintings which often use the same techniques but have a different theme.
Children instinctively use bold colors when painting. Muddy colors don’t interest them. They move toward excitement, toward what appeals to us in nature, in life. Brilliant flowers, stunning sunsets, and vivid seas inspire us all.
This past weekend, I exhibited this painting in the Palm Springs Party in Palermo fundraiser hosted by Palm Springs Art Museum Artists Council. The event was held in Loretta Young's former estate, a fine example of Mid-Century Modern architecture.
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