I want to create as much new beautiful artwork as I can over the coming months. But instead of exhibiting the work and putting it up for sale immediately, as I normally do, I want to hold off until I have an art inventory I can be proud of. I have once again found myself in the position of having lots of big dreams but not enough art! This seems to be a continual theme as the years go by, and I’ve come to the conclusion that the single biggest challenge facing most artists today, more so than any business challenge, is the difficulty of consistently producing a prolific creative output.
Ideas for new work can fill your mind in an instant, but it would be impossible to come up with the time and resources it would take to make every idea a reality! So, we must choose which direction we find the most valuable–which single thing upon which to focus our precious energy.
So I can’t help but be excited about my latest paintings, which are the result of so many rejected possibilities in favor of the one thing I must say right now!
I seem to work in seasons–alternating production with marketing. This is going to be a season of production.
So, as always, you may email me if you’re interested in a specific piece or a commissioned work of art–otherwise, please follow along as I release new paintings, and make note of your favorites for when they become “officially” available about 6 months from now!
I have a lot of plans for new paintings already in motion–But, now is a good time to comment or email to tell me what you would love to see more of in my future work! I will take all requests into consideration. 🙂