Looking Back Second Paint

Second Paint

Those of you that are paying attention will recall that last time we spoke, I expected to be finishing this painting by last weekend. Needless to say, I’m a bit behind schedule, and far from my intended goal.

Amish Looking Back 2


Solomon once said, “There is no easy thing under Heaven or Earth.” (at least I think it was something like that.) It would appear that painting a little boy’s face, with a worn out brush, in an area less than the size of a postage stamp, and even more importantly, figuring out how to harness a running horse, is a bit more than I bargained for.

Having said all of that, and with the aid of a “Search Engine”, I now know about neat things like breaching straps, terrets, gruppers, blinkers, and humility.

I would appear that it will still be a few more days until this painting will be almost done—-sort’a—-kind’a——maybe.

Stay Tuned,

Signature 3 copy

About The Late Emerging Artist

This is the site of "The Emerging Artist's Newsletter. I use it to track the progress of the Art that I am currently creating. The typical Newsletter publishes once or twice a month, depending of how creative I am at any given time.
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1 Response to Looking Back Second Paint

  1. Gary Smith says:

    Hey Robert! Don’t get in a hurry; you just take your good ole time to get it done like you want it to be! Truly enjoy seeing the work in progress, and now the weather is breaking, and I’m no longer “actively employed” anywhere, (still officiating high school sports, and teaching a driving school, etc.) I can def plan to bicycle down to the Loudonville area in the near future to visit your shop.
    Can’t promise a certain date, but will travel that way in the next few weeks or a month…. sort’a…. kind’a…… maybe…… 😊 but I’ll get there!
    Be safe — Gary

    Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2015 17:03:05 +0000
    To: gs354@hotmail.com


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