I mentioned in my Day 6 post that I craved a particular combination of colors when winter temperatures dropped below zero where I live. I painted a painting in those colors and was sated … for a bit. But it wasn’t quite enough. I had to keep going. I needed more. Something about the anemones kept tugging at me.
So I went with it. When you have 30 paintings in 30 days to paint, you learn not to spend too much time analyzing and thinking. It’s all about going ahead and doing it. “Anemones on Turquoise and Blue” was the result. It’s a bit different from the rest of the floral still life series, but it still fits in. I had fun. I let go. I’m liking this 30 Day Painting Challenge.
Which leads to another thing you might not know about me. I love a challenge. And if something tugs at me, I’ve learned the best thing to do is follow and find out what it’s trying to tell me. It’s always worth the effort.