But here I am on the first Monday Morning after Kanuga, ready to get started. I spent breakfast time doing thumbnails (something Mike Bailey indicated he often did on painting days - or maybe every day), and re-reading all of Mike's very useful articles (you can download the .pdfs from his web site. Wait, I'll help: Click HERE to find them!).
Thought I should check my email, and back up my PC (lots of new images I'd hate to lose) before going to down to my basement studio, so here I am. But I'm excited and energized about spending more time looking at my design and content, and letting technique follow along behind for a change.
The hard part, I know, will be looking at the half-finished pieces I left behind before taking Mike's brain-changing workshop. I think they will have all morphed from "potential paintings" to "just a piece of paper".
If anyone else from Mike's class at Kanuga sees this, PLEASE stay in touch, drop a comment, and let me know if YOU are starting a series, or at least working differently than two weeks ago! Also, I'll bet we'd ALL like to know if any of you got a Good Painting out of the workshop, rather than just an exercise (we know Sandy did . . .)