Paperwork

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After: with acrylic paint and encaustic

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Before: raw material

I like to have white paper on my bench at the start of a new project. It makes the space feel like Something is About to Happen. 

It also provides a fixed place for notes and sketches and anything else related to the work. I just keep writing and marking it up. . .and when the work is complete, I tear off the paper and discard it.

Except this last time. I decided that from this point on, I am going to keep the paper, but change it into something else. . .and right around this time, Larry Calkins ran his amazing encaustic workshop at Pratt. Perfect timing.

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4 thoughts on “Paperwork

    • Thanks Larry. I really enjoy your approach to teaching and I love seeing what you’re working on. . .if only I had that prolific gene in me. . . Thanks again for a great workshop!

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