Most of my very wet acrylics are quite small, the one above is the start of a bigger canvas, 34" X 34". I'm not sure the technique suits this larger format. This piece may or may not evolve in the same way as the smaller (5" X 7") controlled pieces. Because it is big and wet, it needs a lot of room. I have to work flat on the table and let it dry. So I switch to another work in progress, one on the easel, like this one (30" X 30") :
Not at all like the other but that's me - consistently producing a body of work that covers a whole menu of art entrees . A few weeks ago at the Kingston Arts & Letters Club two local writers, Steven Heighton and Susan Olding, spoke about adopting different genres or approaches to writing depending on the inspiration or content of the work. Kindred spirits, I could relate. The top painting seems to be a poem, an idyll. The lower one is defintely prose, creative nonfiction.