I just returned from my workshop in Mexico
and I started looking at all the little 12″ x 12″
pieces I was demonstrating on while there.
As I was looking at these panels, I was struck by
just how fun and open they are. None of them are
particularly good or impressive, but there is
a freedom in these panels that deserves
to be recognized and replicated.
Watch the video and see what I mean
Try spending some time at the beginning stages of your art simply experimenting.
That is the time when the stakes are low but the possible benefit from learning something new is high.
Let me know in the comments if this is something that might be helpful or similar to something you do in your art practice.
In gratitude, Nicholas
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