Thursday, September 27, 2007

On the Easel

It has been a long and enjoyable summer. But all the fun kept me away from the easel, distractions left and right made it hard for me to get any work done. But now that I have a new space to paint in work has resumed. It's time to get back to work again and the ideas and possibilities are many at this moment. I'm picking right back up where I left off, continuing with the yellow tomato painting I left to collect dust. Well, not so much since I worked on it here and there. There was a point, very recently when I thought I wouldn't finish it because I was getting bored with it. But now I'm seeing it in a whole new light and have started to rework it and becoming excited about it again. I guess we'll see where it goes.
I've also started work on this new onion painting. I can't wait to keep working on it and see it develop. I already have an idea as to what I want it to be, but I'm not revealing that just yet. Once again, we'll see where it goes.

4 comments:

Mauricio said...

Hola Luis,

pasando para dar una mirada en tus artes.

Que tengas una buena semana

Luis Colan said...

hola mauricio gusto escuchar de ti. Que de nuevas?

ParisBreakfasts said...

Hola Luis!
Now THIS onion I like!
This is the BEST onion you've ever painted!!!
I'm lovin' my little laptopless-cute!
Thanks for the help
Ain't been to the Louvre yet..but today I'm gonna hit a brand new Fragonard show..well I hope to if they let me in and the line isn't around the rue..
a bientot
Carolg

Luis Colan said...

Hi Carol, hope all is well in Paris! Remeber, Chardin postcards, and throw some Titians in there too. I'm starting to develop a small facination with Titian this past week...and Caravaggio has made it back into my life.
a bientot
Luis