Not feeling the love! I'm left wondering how much better these panels would turn out if I wasn't so distracted by a million things that need to be done before my solo show is hung this weekend?
As you can see from the previous photo that each layer of paint is leading towards improvement, and yet I'm just not feeling it. The good news is I found six gesso'd raised panel frames today that I plan to go full tilt on later this evening!
Baltic Birch raised panel frames, taped and gesso'd another words ready for paint!
The neighbor's daughter brought me a huge bouquet of these lilacs, he's 94 and they came by to do some yard work for him. The heady smell of lilac now wafts throughout the house. Not much in the way of studio work today, it's the rush to get the gardens planted before the rain falls. Check out my other blog Survival Kitchen, linky in the right column, to see what we've planted.
For some reason I forgot to take a photo of the entire display, will try to remember to do so when I take the show down the end of January 2012. Over all I'm very happy with the way the pieces look, I have to give credit to Diane Hall for hanging the pieces, I would have hung them in a straigh line and well that's boring!