Baby it’s Cold Outside

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While it’s been cold and snowy outside here in London and elsewhere I have been working on a two week figure pose.  It has been a while since I did figure in my weekly classes and I have been feeling a little rusty.  Yet again I get bogged down in detail which seems to be what I regard as my biggest problem.  I found it very hard to let go in this charcoal drawing.  It was hard to decide what was important to say and what not.  Sometimes it feels like a big jump into a black hole. To lose some of the work that you have put in, feels wrong and hard but once you try and move things about you realise that you have to have some kind of faith in yourself and your decisions about what you want to say.  To progress my work, I need to make more decisions on what I want to say and have the conviction to lose what is not important.

I really need to apply this to my paintings.  There is so much to learn.

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