Artists are some of the savviest, inventive people. They have to manage a really illogical pursuit. The rest of the world is a lot more logical. Every artist I know is dealing with a lot of stress, and a lot of desire, and a lot of curiosity.
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...well, at least, according to my husband, who is more of a lumper than a splitter. I'm constitutionally more of a splitter in my lifelong vain attempt to get organized. I have, however, discovered great wisdom in this man I married, including how much easier life is when you lump rather than split.
We took the train to LA and back last week, and I brought some small art supplies, and tried doing a few tiny paintings on the train. Nothing much great happened, painting-wise. Ostensibly, one could say I painted 5 little paintings on the lurching train, but I wasn't happy with anything I did there. So, I am reworking them, one by one. This is the first one I completed since returning home.