Studio Mysteries

November 18, 2009

Empty Panels, Full of Promise

Filed under: Painting — Anya Galkina - Studio Mysteries @ 11:25 pm

I am at a particularly delicious moment in my studio life. For the past 8 months, I have been doing nothing but classroom studies and the never-ending, all-consuming Big Ass Drawing. The drawing is on the verge of being finished! (I can’t believe I am saying these words). And so I am beginning something new! Something painting! Something small and spontaneous that I can do lots of quickly!

The first step is to prime some boards. It’s a palate cleanser, kind of like eating sliced ginger between different types of sushi. I can’t wait to mark these boards all to hell. The eggshell surface of a freshly sanded panel is just begging for something to break it up.

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