Thursday, October 7, 2010

Lack of Sleep

I usually try and figure out the current painting I'm working on while I'm going to sleep. At times this practice can be a bit of a problem as that relaxing, end of the day meditative state I'm trying to achieve can, at times, turn into a get right up and start painting state. This was the case last night. I do love the studio when all are asleep and I have my dog Casey snoring contentedly in the middle of the floor while I paint. Here's the result.

8th and A
Opelika, Alabama
15" x 18"

10 comments:

  1. Valió la pena la Falta de Sueño, me gusta Mucho this calle, Un saludo.

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  2. Dear Ian,
    Beautiful work and nice out come.
    Kind regards, Sadami

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  3. This painting is simply gorgeous.

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  4. I have been known to do that with sewing projects. Only, since my sewing studio is in a corner of our bedroom, it doesn't always work...
    Good Job.

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  5. Fantastico Iain, enhorabuena.
    Saludos, Jose.

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  6. very, very, very great job, is it the scotland's school :-)

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  7. Amazing result. The depth in this painting is wonderful.

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