On My Easel Tonight

When you see a finished painting 
all nice and ready 
to be placed in a new home, 
you don't usually see the actual process 
the artist went through to create it.

I wanted to share my process of beginning a large painting. 

It's very personal and thoughtful. 

I paint thinking of who would absolutely love it.
The main thing I think about is how will the painting make you feel?

Why do I need to paint it?  
Why will it bring someone joy?

Let's see what happens in the next couple of days! 

Thanks for following.  ~~ Karen

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