Let’s be frank. I absolutely love painting and I live in hope of continuing to create the next art masterpiece. If someone said that painting was to become illegal, ( I know this will never happen 😀) I would be beyond devastated. I suppose I would have to find something else that would fill the creative hole in me, but I’m not sure what that would be.

I digress anyway!! I love painting beautiful pieces of art, especially landscapes of well known tourist destinations, but that does not mean that I don’t struggle with each and every art masterpiece (hopefully, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder 🌠!!!) that I create. Love, TLC, patience, tenacity and who I am, goes into each piece, but during each art painting I create, some of the thoughts that do enter my head include.

1 Why won’t the paint dry ASAP. I need the paint to dry, so I can move on to the next bit. If you look at my artwork, you should hopefully see what I mean. It is very intricate.

2 Darn it, this doesn’t look right. Usually to overcome this, I have to stop painting, be it for a few hours, or a day, so I can go back with fresh eyes and make any corrections that need to be made.

I WILL NOT GIVE UP UNTIL IT IS PERFECT (well in my eyes).

3 This leads on to me wanting to bin the art piece if I can’t start to like what I’m doing, be it the colour scheme or if it just isn’t right. In the past I have binned the odd piece or two, but I try not to do this, as a lot of effort will have gone into it.

FINALLY the PAINTER’S  PARADOX!!

I have completed my art masterpiece and I’ve managed to get it up to my high reaching standards. I now flipping well LOVE IT!! So how the heck do I part with an art piece I love?? Answers on a postcard to Vision Within Art!!!!

If you fancy taking a look at other art masterpieces that I have created, just click here.

chester town centre being created by vision within art creator lisa levine     chester cityscape before it was finished

 

 

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