I mentioned my Apothecary painting... "send me a photo!" So I did, and she wants it!
Paintings have their own processes and time frames, don't they? The Apothecary process focuses on distilling tragedies, turning them into potions and remedies. It is a wonderful, rich, and sometimes intense process! You can share parts of my journey here, here and the request for some new items here.
Some of the requested items were shelves, more Nick Nacks an Alembic Still, and some "real" additions. Shiloh invited us to stitch some red thread or ribbon into the canvas, and I haven't yet...
Last spring, I added some shelves, carving (gel), and sketched in the still, .... and then went on to other projects, while the potions bubbled away ...
Now a still requires heat, and there is a Red dragon in the area, so she kindly volunteered to keep the pot bubbling when necessary! I've sketched her in, also a water dragon peeking into the vessel on the far right (I realized only the threethe dragons were showing!)
At this point when revisiting a canvas, I often do a glaze, (full or partial, napping transparent colours) to get back in touch with my process, and pull out my journal for some current inquiries ...
|Sketching in Red Dragon and Alembic Still|
I've begun painting and adding more details to the still and Red dragon
What's your creative process today?
Happy Paint Party Friday!
|Alembic Still and red dragon|