|Susan's barn, 9 by 12 140 # d'Arches watercolor||s's barn,|
Said I, "Agreed. I wrote today that my creativity seemed to be in hibernation or dead."
Said she, "Your creativity is everywhere. Go paint."
So I did, from a cloud I'd seen in Oklahoma recently, changing the foreground, thinking of my favorite American artist, David Holland, who paints cloudscapes like I could only wish for.
He and I share the love for the skies, and my watercolors show that. My craft is rusty, because I don't paint every day, as I should.
So tonight's painting, more from memory than a photo, is close, --not good enough--but at least a start.
So, from a mid-day photo, to become a morning, or evening, scene.