I have been on a roll of late. The week I spent in Los Angeles was one of my favourite weeks ever. I needed it. I wanted it. Being with some of my closest friends is fuel for my heart and my soul. They are some of the best people I know. Because of them, Los Angeles has become a second home to me.
I was happy to be back in The Bay Area. As much as I like being with others, I also very much like to be alone. And by alone, I really mean with my dog Taylor. I like to be alone to my music. I like to be alone with my journal. I like to be alone with my brushes, my paints and my canvases. And this is what I wanted when I came back.
I’ve been on a roll, committing to my canvases. Sometimes I close my eyes when I paint, trusting my hand and my brush to do what my mind and my heart want it to do, colours appearing out of nowhere because I willed it so. It’s a wonderfully satisfying feeling. When I do open my eyes, to my left I can always look outside from where my easel stands to my balcony to the view of stunning Sausalito, and then turn my focus back upon my easel, drawing inspiration from what I just saw.
Here’s what I’ve done the last week. I’m starting to find my sight painting on canvas as I have found my voice writing on paper.
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