electing strange perfections

It’s been ages.

I’ve a sneaking suspicion that 2016 would’ve been a bit more manageable thus far if I’d been painting at all consistently. But every day is a new opportunity to not put it off. It helps to admit to myself (frequently) that I’m never not going to be tired so I might as well get on with it.

I read an article recently that posits walking in nature prevents depression and helps with anxiety. I’ve taken it to heart.

There is a lot of conservation land surrounding my home. This afternoon I took a short walk through the fields and captured some lovely scenes. One such scene I decided to paint.


Rock Meadow (c) Molly Wunderli 2016


That’s the image, in all its glory.

Here’s my quick version of it (~15 min). And apologies for the color distortion; I really ought to have taken it in a room other than my studio with its yellow lights!

There’s an art to life’s distractions (c) Molly Wunderli 2016

Hopefully, I’ll be posting more from here on out. And chin up, all — we’ve made it through another Wednesday.


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