Corinne maakt

My drawing and painting life

M is for mistakes, revisited

That’s what this paintings is called. While doing the 100 square paintings, I was always painting 20×20 cm and suddenly, for some reason I broke that rule. I started idfferently, marked the 20x20cm line, but painted all over the page. πŸ™‚ So this is 27×27 cm. As I’m on a flower run for a bit, I thought it was fitting toΒ  post it.

2016-07-05 13.10.23

Process notes. I was thinking the other day about what happened during the 100 square paintings and how to characterize the series,Β  I came up with the notion of ‘rough and ready painting’. During most of the series I painted in a kind of mixed approach – there was some planning involved in the choice support, the size and choice of color. But when I painted it was mostly quick painting. You might call that intuitive painting as well. But as my feeling usually was to GO GO GO, make quick marks, scratch and splatter – Γ‘nd make sure I finished at least one or two in one session – I’ve adopted the terms ‘raw’, and ‘rough and ready’ for the largest part of the series. I didn’t make all of the series in that way (by the end I started making more layered paintings adding other media), but I’m sure that about 70% of them were done in that way. I think I’ve found my style. Or one of my styles. πŸ™‚

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6 comments on “M is for mistakes, revisited

  1. In Art Therapy
    September 18, 2016

    Pretty!

  2. Jill Kuhn
    September 18, 2016

    Love the yellow in this painting, Corinne! It makes your flowers glow! 🌟🌸🌟

  3. Sheila Marie Delgado
    September 18, 2016

    Love it! Nice that you found one of your styles!!

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