Arte Sempre
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Every time I return to the studio after a show or a project I face this challenge of how to get to the level with my work. For a few days I sit in my chair, paint in a determined fashion for an hour or so, get frustrated and then white wash or scrape away the surface. This goes on for about a week, kicking canvases, prolonged burrito breaks, tons of destroyed paintings and half finished projects, and then all of those attempts and experimentations just sort of fade, and painting becomes just painting, and the canvas isn’t such a big deal, and the next level isn’t really an issue, and then… Progress happens. I hate painting when it needs to be something more than I feel I am capable of, yet not knowing how to get there. Yet I love it when ones capability is enhanced unknowingly by the mistakes you’ve made and the freedom you’ve had by letting go of the future. And now back to the scraping.
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Getting some 🇺🇸 dirt on the road bike before heading to Tokyo soon. (at Mount Tamalpais State Park)
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at Villa Casalta
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Starting in Tuscany . (at Lecchi in Chianti)
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at Castello di Ama
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