thoughts on ‘time’

north of wilderness…..

daydream overhanging willows rustle their leaves
in the reflecting comfort of going nowhere
18″ x 26″
watercolour / acrylic painted directly on gessoed birch panel

 

 

 

 

 

 

replies to the post included

Tania Kasperska Wonderful work..!!
 
Micheal Zarowsky thanks Tania, summer has arrived; polar bears nowhere in sight; snow geese making plans to go further north; all is well with the world….
 
Cathy Groulx I especially like the foreground leaf and branches on the right. It gives it greater depth! Nice one!
 
Micheal Zarowsky thanks Cathy, (i did simplify the right hand side down to a couple of leaves that you would have to visually work your way past before reaching the trees overhanging the water)
Cathy Groulx Mine lately are really large and taking a long time to finish!
Micheal Zarowsky you and i know that time does not matter:
 
Audrey Cooper Panache Art Gallery invites you to visit and enjoy original works by Micheal showing in our gallery now. This is so fine, Micheal Zarowsky.
 

..without making any more of it, in reference to part of the conversion posted above .
” Cathy Groulx: Mine lately are really large and taking a long time to finish!

Micheal Zarowsky: you and i know that time does not matter:”

 

i have always been of the mind that if you are an artist time

has nothing to do with painting / with the process of painting. once time enters in

you are on the clock and no longer an artist, merely a hack, still capable

of producing decent work but what

you will never see from a hack is anything brilliant.

 

 

sundown / fast moving open winter stream / watercoour

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