That’s an excellent question, and it can take a while. At one point I was planning on completing an entire set and then creating the final image. Then I started getting interested in painting and learning more and more about the subject. Once a subject has been learned it’s easy to take it further, and then when I started in my own work, I went from working on a single object to a series of objects.
How is the process you see on a piece as different from others?
The process of painting is very different. You could paint an entire series of objects, but what I do is often very loose and free. I feel that it’s best when you paint free-form if you are going to continue to work. Then you can try things very early on and work your way back. Sometimes it’s worth trying things that you’ve been working toward, and then if they make you happier it helps to try things that feel right at first. Sometimes it’s good to go back and change where you think you’re going wrong, since it changes the direction in which you’re going and the way your mind works.
How does a piece get turned into a painting? Is it through the process of trial and error or is it done with the intention?
The process is done through trial and error. Sometimes you are right and sometimes you’re wrong. Sometimes you are doing well and sometimes you are doing fine. The aim is to see what feels right. Sometimes the intention’s in it. If the intention is wrong, then perhaps you should reconsider your work with regard to the subject. If the subject is right, then perhaps there could also be an improvement. A painting that isn’t entirely right can still be a painting.
What have been your favorite paintings of all time?
The first half was pretty cool, there was little time for much action. But all things considered, we’ve had a nice week.
We were all shocked, as always, that the EU’s referendum was a disaster. But the good news is that Europe is growing. A lot. The UK looks increasingly like the US, and Germany looks like an East German dictatorship. Everyone talks about a future with an economically strong UK, but how much stronger will that be?
My guess is that it will be stronger, but in the long run that growth will be slower than in the US, Germany, and Europe. That slowdown will be offset by greater social and environmental benefits. Most of that growth will
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