Painting Journals with Japanese colored papers.
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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Starting a new piece in rainy season

Above is a part of my new piece started recently.
Japanese rainy season lasts for about a month from late June, and it stays pretty humid until the end of Summer.  Climates effect a lot on vegetation, culture, scenery and our sensitivity.  I prefer painting something cool and watery even more than usual in this time of season.

Hunters rest under the rain.  Ziggy looks ennui in the blue colored paper box.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Every piece is a study piece

It started as above and ended as below.

"Floating Garden"

Torn Japanese colored paper and acrylic resin on 14.33 × 20.28 inches paper board.

I always intend to make the latest one as the best one while working on that piece, and the results determine me to do much better on the next piece.  Unsatisfied results imply future possibility of improvement, which sounds like healthy thought but a heavy burden to me.  Wish I get satisfied with a piece which I take as perfect enough to stay lazy. 

Laziness must be granted only to such a perfect being.