the show next Thursday. I really love to paint but I have to be somewhat inspired to do it (so it doesn't become "a job"). And I need to have enough free time. Those two things usually don't coincide so it's not often I get to do it. The more I work digitally, the more I miss the sometimes chaotic & loony process. It's really liberating and therapeutic for me.
Being a fan of Mexican folk & naive art, whenever I paint I like to be as organic, dirty and expressive as I can (the complete opposite of Sandra it seems). I try to use cheapo brushes and half the time I'm finger painting like a 3 year old. And loving it! I try to tell a little story with every painting. Sometimes it only makes sense to me, which I have learned is not such a bad thing.