|One of my favorites from January's 30 in 30 challenge. Day 19. Still|
available for $28, Balboa Tree Memories
2. Smaller paintings are more affordable for those interested in my art.
3. Smaller paintings allow more options on how to display them.
4. Experimenting on a small surface is not as scary.
5. Less materials are used but with a greater visual impact overall.
6. Less storage space is needed for inventory.
7. The gratification of finishing a painting occurs more often and helps me keep going as an artist.
Lately, I've been asking myself if I want to paint larger than the occasional 11 x 14 inch canvas. Myself answers with "not really...." When I ask myself why...all those reasons listed show up in my mind. My favorite reason is #7...because that moment of "Yay! It's done! Next one!" keep me returning to my sketchbooks and studio.
In case you are new to my last couple of years art work, my art work has included the following sizes:
3 x 5 inches,
4 x 6 inches,
8 x 8 inches,
12 x 12 inches, and
11 x 14 inches.
What do you think? Any reasons to make larger paintings?
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