Why Not Make a Whole Stack of Works?


My time this holiday weekend has been divided between painting and reading Robert Motherwell – related material. I recall his “Lyric Suites” experiment, totalling over 600 pieces. He thought to hinself: “Why not make a whole stack of work, making it a rule not to prejudge them?” That thought occurred to me at bedtime last night, having begun two new ones yesterday. This morning I started a third, and have now removed the masquing. We’ll see where it goes from here . . .

Thanks for reading.


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