Finished Remote up tonight. Definitely a work that I want to see bigger. Much bigger. I think that I might be painting a few more rooftop works as well. I named the work Remote, because that's the sense I get when I look across those rooftops to the downtown shrouded by mist. It's like looking out upon a world at large, but still figuring out how it all works. I've noticed that this year's works are showing a shift in my color schemes. It seems that I'm still mostly monochromatic, but slowly moving away from just black and white into the earth tones. This is a case where I feel I just need to go with the flow.
I have five other works in progress right now. I'm starting to develop a really good flow in the studio. As much as I tried to plan things I've noticed that studios really come together organically over the course of time. I'm still working primarily on the northern wall using the western wall as a staging area more than a work area. Hopefully, I'll learn to work on all three easels. If I'd only known when I built the studio I might have placed the doors differently. That way I could have set up multiple easels on the North wall. Oh well, as they say hindsight is always 20/20.