Secret Santa for the brain
One year ago - By loriann Signori
Secret Santa for the Brain....
Yes, that's what I have taken to calling my process of working with my eyes closed. It's about memorizing and feeling. Then drawing with my eyes closed. i have found that this work leads to discoveries. I work in black and white only The work is all about feeling and then looking closely and seeing what you have. Opportunities abound when you stop planning and allow the painting/ drawing to dictate what is next.
These are all large pastels, at least 18x24, sometimes 20x30. I couldn't do it small since I feel your whole arm needs to be involved not just your hand.
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