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Daily Oil Paintings of Kathryn Townsend. The paintings posted on this blog are a journal of process. Daily practice, exploration and experimentation are the life blood of the artist's way.
“A man learns to skate by staggering around making a fool of
himself: indeed he progresses in all things by making a fool of
himself.” --George Bernard Shaw
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Chinese Girl - SOLD
Limiting the time for a painting focuses the mind on the essentials. But my question is: limiting the time and doing a lot of paintings in a set period of time definitely puts me in the "zone," but since the "right brain" does not "think" in the same way as the "left", how does learning take place in the "right brain" when the "left" cannot remember what I did? How does this fit into the idea presented in "Art and Fear" that a focus on quantity produces more growth than a focus on quality? Anybody have any thoughts on this?