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I - September 4
Good light today- I just took final pics of Desire. I'll likely edit them after I stretch my "afterlife" themed piece.
· July 30 at 9:23am
Stretched, showered, drying. It's been a looong time since I stained raw canvas. I have to confess, I'm a bit nervous. You've got one shot to get it right.
· July 30 at 7:08pm
[debate over conservation prompts me to ask a conservator.]
Trying to get into the right headspace to do stainwork tomorrow. It's been a while. I think this calls for some Doodles. · July 30 at 7:18pm
?::feh:: I'm being so diva. This "afterlife" theme chafes. I'm not big on curatorial themes to begin with, & this one is grumble grumble grumble... trade off: group show in Chelsea, but only for three days... · July 30 at 10:17pm
[much muttering, weighing of issues]
Anxiety & rage at the mere thought of painting to a theme that would, absolutely, get me three days on a wall in Chelsea. Can't do it. My work is expressive, not illustrative. If the work I have works, & I hope it does, so be it. Just say "no." · July 31 at 9:55am
I'm beginning to think that making art & being an artist are irreconcilable agendas. · July 30 at 10:53pm
I feel like my compass needle it pointing true again. · July 31 at 11:04am
?& in my spare time I coordinate national protests. Artists, please participate & broadcast.
Artists and the Economy - Postcard protest to the White House
Friday, September 2 at 6:00am
August 9 at 10:34pm
[From my profile] "Situated in the external zone of the Milky Way, the Sun takes about two hundred million years to make a complete revolution of the Galaxy.
Right, that's how long it takes, not a day less,-Qfwfq said,-once, as I went past, I drew a sign on a point in space, just so I could find it again two hundred million years later, when we went by the next time around." - Calvino
[Image: Tiger Calligraphy | Weng Tonghe | The Metropolitan Museum of Art] · August 14 at 10:10am
I'm on the fence about making that stain painting today or continuing work on the Doodles I've started. Maybe both. I'll gear up for the oils just in case.
· August 14 at 11:07am
As I was working with my Carmine guache yesterday, I had the thought that the stain should be red... Cadmium Medium or Crimson perhaps- toward the cool side. On the raw cream-colored canvas, bold, but elegant.
· August 14 at 11:23am
Double Doodle down!
Taping for one more & then I'll think about stepping it up to the canvas.
· August 14 at 2:41pm
Yes. that must be the thing to do, because now I'm getting excited to do it. Doodle 1, stretch 3, stain 1.
· August 14 at 3:37pm
Doodles done. Stretching the wee ones.
· August 14 at 6:01pm
[This is where Power, Force, and Circumstance. enter the picture.]
Ooh- those little cupcakes [P, F, & C] are killing my thumb. Wrestling with all that fabric on those little corners is tough.
· August 14 at 7:04pm
[Re-post the Calvino quote & Weng Tonghe piece onto my page, August 14 at 8:55pm]
But MY mark will be red on raw canvas, & possibly a bit more like my me-stripe in Desire, "1", "I" Affirmative- I am here.
Ties nicely to my other little project no? But in first person singular.
August 14 at 8:58pm
Remember when I was trying to sort fact from fiction regarding oil deteriorating unprimed canvas? My conservator friend came through:
· August 21 at 9:42pm
CJNye He asked a fellow conservator who specializes in painting:
From one of the IMA's painting conservators:
"It’s always great to see artists interested in their materials. I’d have to delve into my notes to get specific on any chemical mechanisms, etc. Essentially, the lignin and acidic components present in canvas (linen historically) cause the fabric support to become brittle over time. Oil paints cross-link and polymerize and also become brittle over time. Depending on what sort of environment the artwork is exposed to—the issues could speed up or be worse than if the artwork was kept in a stable environment. Historically, ground/preparatory layers were bound in oil so the concept of oil deteriorating canvas would likely mean that more paintings would be literally falling apart than we actually see.
I think it would be good to focus on starting with quality materials (if affordable) and trying to keep the finished works in a stable environment would be key. There are other concerns with painting on raw canvas—including dirt accumulation. And by all means, keep the red wine away from these paintings!"
I hope this helps a little
August 21 at 9:43pm
Agh! Me no likey earthquakes! :|
Like · · August 23 at 1:56pm
(Goes to P, F, & C., which I lay paint to before I.)
...fast-forward, P, F, & C. completed....
Ok- NOW I can make the "I am here" 36x12" red [conservator-approved] stain painting, & attendant 12x12s (Earthquake, Hurricane, & Tornado?). Kicking it over to CJNye for studio rants.
August 28 a
Ring of Bright Water Dream
Ring of Bright Water Dream
I’m with a group of people, following them in a cave. There are lights and rooms; we are in one room and it is very messy. There is no furniture in the room and the floor is covered in litter. We leave the room and go out to the cave entrance. It is dark but I can see a river and a forest beyond. I realize that I don’t have my purse and I leave the group to go back in the cave to retrieve it. I feel trepidation as I did not ask the group to wait for me. I go back to the messy room. Looking in it seems darker than before. I can’t see my purse from the doorway and I step further into the room. I go into an antechamber that I had not noticed previously and find my black backpack atop a pile of junk on a worktable.
I grab my bag and head back to join the group but I lose my way. I find a red door that I had not seen before and I hesitate. I can hear voices coming from the other side. Entering I find myself in a lobby. A young blonde woman is vacuuming the carpet. Her hair is in pigtails and she is wearing a pink maid’s uniform. I ask her for directions; she is grumpy and says that she is too busy and does not have the time. She tells me that her boss will be mad at her and she points to him. He is taking a shower. He is a slender man of medium height with brown hair. She appears to be afraid of him and he seems to be angry. Because of her fear I feel apprehensive. I persist in asking her for directions and she points to a sign that is above the portico. The sign has three directions, the first, to ‘Horsey Way’, has arrows that pointed both to the left and to the right. She said I needed to take ‘Horsey Way’ and then she resumes vacuuming, turning away from me. I decide to go right but it leads to an escalator coming up. I turn around and go to the left. Her boss is there and he looks at me. I feel embarrassed and worried. I tuck my head down and walk passed him. He is dressed in a black T-shirt and watchs me leave but says nothing.
I make my way back to the river but I can tell it is not the same place as I had been with the group. The thought occurs to me that previously I was further up the river. A truck load of lumber passes by. It is an old truck and as it comes closer I can see that it is filled with men. I walk along the river going in the same direction as the truck believing I am headed towards town. There are runners and other people along the path. I come into town, it feel as though I am returning after having been gone. I pass a restaurant and look in the window. I can see a group of people singing and I know that these people are my friends and that I used to sing with them. I hear one of them mention my name and though I cannot hear them I know they are talking about me.
I walk further down the street and then I find myself in a room. It is a dim wood paneled room, like a lodge. On a log are two otters, one smaller than the other. Two people are there, one a photographer. I rush into the room crying ‘Ring of bright water, ring of bright water’ and take the larger otter into my arms. I am crying with joy. The little otter is crawling all over the log. The photographer says ‘How long have you been separated?’ and I reply ‘One year’. I look down and see the otter stretched out on my lap with the top half of his body spilling out of my lap and down my leg; his eyes are closed and he is smiling.
Cave: Deep mind exploration, the unconscious. Heroine's underground plight.
Purse: Sense of identity
Mess, Rubbish: Unworthiness, unwanted feelings, cleaning up one's life
River: Life processes
Forest: Sense of being lost
Door: Closed door is considerations, obstacles. Open door is opportunities
Lobby: Trying to make something known, social side, welcoming the opinions of others
Unknown Man: Negative as pushy, aggressive, forcing, controlling, difficult situation. Positive as linking to one's own strength.
Unknown Woman: Oneself at that age. i.e. the feelings you had at that period of your life.
Truck: Heavy workload
Restaurant: What people think
Otter: Ability to deal with changing life events or emotions - the river of live. Looking within for answers or strength.
Acrylic on canvas, 11x14
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