Sunday, July 16, 2006

Painting quickly

I try to complete a painting as fast as I can in order to keep the look of spontaneity that iniatiated the spark of enthusiasm I had to make the painting in the first place. A labored painting always lacks the excitement of the artist who created it and the viewer can consciously or unconsciously pick up on it right away.

1 comment:

David Llamoso Talaguit said...

I can totally relate to what you are saying. I've always felt like paintings I have done in a "spark" are inferior to those that I have labored, even for years. But now, I think differently.