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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Gone to Maui ... soon! - SOLD

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"Hawaii Shores"
6" x 6" on museum quality panel.
Sold.
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I am heading to Maui later this week ... oh darn ... so I am in the mood to paint Hawaii paintings! There's something about painting palm trees that makes me happy. I went through all of my Hawaii photos (I have thousands ...) and found five great scenes to paint. Of course, all of them have palm trees. I will not have time to paint while I am gone so this week I am trying really hard to get ahead. So far, so good but for some reason I just can't stay ahead. It's sad ... when I get ahead I always end up taking a break, because I am ahead and soon I am behind again! Does this make sense?
I have a question for all of the artists out there. Do you paint ahead? And if you do, how do you do it???
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