I've had an interesting summer here. My painting has been random and geared to my own interests, mostly.. I explored a lot of compositional study, knowing it's important to learn something new everyday. I took a couple of free classes on the internet with Judy Woods. I learned a lot. Maybe an old dog can learn new tricks. I also found some information on the web about neurographic art. This art style is a form of meditation and connection. it is fun to explore. With the COVID year or so we all need to breathe and relax. Here's a way to do that. There is a ton of information on YouTube.
My son's birthday was in June. I'm late, of course, but here's Ken's present, a picture of his cats, Tater and Patootie, in American Gothic. Painting should be fun.
Welcome to fall.
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