Painting, being creative, is an exciting exploration, to see how far one can go using colour, shape and texture. The viewer can also bring their imagination into play which brings the possibility of surprises and excitement for them too.
There’s nothing I like better than closing the door of my studio (with a cup of coffee and leaving our greyhound snoozing in his basket) picking up a brush, a palette knife, twig or some other mark making tool and getting lost in the creativity that is art.
The swoosh of the brush, the shapes, colours and texture that appear on the painting surface seems almost beyond my control. That’s why I love painting intuitively.