|"Atmosphere" 18 x18" encaustic on panel|
|"Float" 12 x 12" encaustic & rust on panel|
|"Atmosphere" 10x22" encaustic, rust & metal findings on panel|
As a runner, there is always talk about a "runner's high". I'm not sure if I ever felt that specifically, but I do find that sweet spot everyone once in a while. For me, it's when I am just in the zone and it's effortless. On Monday night I had just a couple hours to be in the studio and in no time I found myself in that sweet spot.
I turned around "Atmosphere" and found what I think it needed. (You can check out the before here.) I was able to pull together "Abandoned", I started it last week and I wasn't sure what direction to go in with it. But I was just moving in that rythym where every decision I made turned out to be the right one for that piece.
I kept moving and with my last remaining blank panel "Floating" appeared. I'm sure it was a good thing that it was my last blank surface. At least that's what I am going to tell myself. I mean, what if I could've just kept going like that? It was great to have such a productive evening! That sweet spot is like a drug. If I had another surface I'd be out there tonight trying to capture that feeling again.