I keep running up against an "all or nothing" philosophy. Let me tell you, it doesn't work! I had a whole series of blog posts lined up, arranged and outlined. All I had to do was the work that they talked about! And then it got away from me. I didn't finish - whatever - and the blog didn't get posted. The problem is, I had set them up to build on each other. So until I did the first one, I couldn't do the next. And so on. So, months have gone by. I keep waiting for myself to do something. All or nothing really turns out to be NOTHING!
A quote (from Voltaire) that a former boss used is “Perfect is the enemy of the good.” Essentially, when insisting on perfection often the result is no improvement at all. Well duh. Same thing.
I will now resume my blogging – as things occur. It may not be as neat, but at least it’ll happen! Going back to where I stopped, the only big event I want to capture is the Nancy Medina workshop in Fredericksburg. I love Nancy’s workshops because she gives us formulas that result in wonderful work. I love her use of transparent paints for the foundation of the painting. I love the colors and flowers! And of course, Nancy is wonderful!!! Three paintings – one is really unfinished. Hydrangeas were fun, love the sunflower! Love the colors, shapes and lush paint! Had a lot of fun with this one! And SOLD to a wonderful gentleman in Galveston!