Both my wife and I have been fussing over a poorly cat so this wasn’t a very productive day. We went out in the morning and then the afternoon was disrupted by heavy showers so no gardening was done. Once ensconced in my study I wrote, edited photographs and other related things – however by then it was the latter part of the afternoon.
Yet another trip to the vets with one of our cats. Once back home I pottered about my studio and my study, not getting a great deal done – although it may turn out later that I had been hugely productive!
I worked in my studio for most of the day. I added all the images to LANDSCAPE VIEWED FROM A TRIPLE DECKER BUS: AN EXPERIMENTAL PLOUGHED FIELD, with the symbol variation sequence derived from a very simple triangle motif.
I drew in all the symbols on HOW MY IMAGINATION ESCAPES A CUL DE SAC (new title!) and then decided to paint them in, which finished the work; the third in the set. I then painted and blogged etc. on the computers for the remaining part of the day.
I was out in the morning, returning home to paint in all the symbols on LANDSCAPE VIEWED FROM A TRIPLE DECKER BUS: AN EXPERIMENTAL PLOUGHED FIELD which completed the work.
I had to go to London to collect some paintings so nothing creative done – strangely very little photography on my journey either.
Quite a leisurely and by and large creatively unproductive day. I spent most of it in the garden except for a short spell in the middle of the day going out with my wife.