Saturday, March 6, 2010

painting on a smaller scale

I’ve wanted to break out my acrylic paints for a while, but I just haven’t had the time. Once I get started on a painting, I want to continue with it until I’m finished. Today I found a solution. Instead of painting as big as I did in college (48″ x 24″ or larger) or as big as I usually do now (around 8″ x 10″), I decided to go smaller. A LOT smaller. Here is my tiny painting for today (2″ x 2″).

a tiny painting of a very large elephant

a tiny painting of a very large elephant

So, next time you want to paint but don’t have the time, think small!

How do you squeeze in creativity when you don’t have enough time to make art?

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