(picture taken without enough light, colors are not totally realistic)
I know it's "risky" to show my oil paintings under execution here. But! "So what?" What's life without risk? (ha ha). If this study doesn't turn out to be finished or just to be a mess I'll have to admit the failure, and that seems to be an honest challenge.
So, anyway, this is what I've been working on this last week-end. I take pictures with my phone to make them easy to post here, and now when comparing the pictures, I see I do not only go forward when painting, I also destroy what is already painted to paint it over again. Which is not so good. I'll have to keep working on it, to avoid destroying what might be good to keep.
Right now I can just imagine the joy of painting quickly and easily with lots of concentration and clear ideas of what I want to do, and how to achieve it. Even if I think that painting is always about research and solving problems and doubts, I would prefer it to be on some conceptual level instead of issues regarding only the technics of painting. My conclusion is that questionings and doubts will, or should, always be present when creating something... I hope mine will never leave me.