I'm considering doing something like this large scale, so I figured I'd do a 14x11" study to get an idea of how it would look. As usual, it's an acrylic painting that includes some metallic gold paint (to catch the light.) I don't like titling works, in general & that goes double for abstracts. For this, I went with the first thing that came to mind (without thinking,) "421."
I brought my "Autumn Hillside" painting in for the upcoming "A Change of Seasons" show in Slidell. In other art news, Abita Artists is planning a show for the 2nd week in October, so I'm fairly busy with preparations for that. I also got an idea today to do a painting of a sandhill crane in a foggy marsh. If I can find some time, I may do a study for that over the long weekend.
Unfortunately my shoulder's back to hurting as much as it was before the cortisone shot. Out of pocket expenses worked out to roughly $17.80 per day for a mere 45 days of relief. At this point I'm not sure if I'm going to bother with it anymore. It was a hassle, but I'd grown somewhat used to not using it.