time heals all wounds
As I have already noticed before, I often put aside work that has already started to gain emotional and temporary distance.
The work I am presenting today is a typical example of this. I started them during December and put them aside after reaching a dead end.
When it comes to painting, I’m most creative in the evening and after-hours. I can turn off the day’s events and concentrate fully on painting. However, I have to be careful not to work too long. It often happens that I start with enthusiasm and vigor and fall in love with a job right from the start. And then there comes the point where I know that I have to stop if I don’t want to paint the originally promising picture to death. The concentration has subsided, and the kiss of the muse has evaporated…
When you have gained some distance and look at it again after a few weeks, defects such as dandruff often fall from your eyes. Often there are only a few lines, a layer of color here, accentuation there and suddenly you know that it is finished. I hope so at least 🙂