Sorry for this post coming out a bit later than usual. I’m trying to keep up having at least 2 posts a month for myself and for google to understand my website is constantly being updated which means my search results are better. So here I am and I’m feeling bored these days. To cure my boredom, I’m juggling multiple projects at a time but it’s not helping as much as I thought it would.

After a long absence, I’ve completed a round of Brut paintings. I know I have to keep going for these to evolve more. This time around it was more refreshing than actual research. It did me a lot of good being away for so long because everything felt more natural. The movements and compositions all fell into place together without any force. There’s both an eagerness and hesitation to begin the next three because I’m hot to trot on the subject. I also think I’m reaching a point where I might need some extra help with a painting medium to push their evolution. Most likely I blabbed on about that in a previous post and you can’t stop me from doing it again.

The dangerous part of boredom is finding the right solution because if you pick wrong, you’ll continue on finding a new excuse to fix it one after the other. I don’t want to have to say “oh if I do/have this, it’ll pass”. Being a full time creative is a tricky gig at the end of the day. Most likely I’m going to have to really sit down and focus to decide what I need for myself. Let’s call it mental spring cleaning.