following the Indian colours

In the heat of a creative hour or so - I add new colours . . . or perhaps new feelings because the choices here are bound up with feelings, there has to be conviction, that they are right in hue and right in application. One will follow the other. There comes a time in these sessions when confidence wanes and I must put the brushes down as look what has been achieved.

Reviewing the work afterwards is exciting . . . . . but also tinged with anxiety . . . . for I cannot imagine how to proceed. These sessions draw on an inner consciousness that is ahead of me, It will take days, maybe weeks for me to understand what I have done, to catch up with myself.

I am pleased with the progress and not pressed to proceed while it dries.