It's been a while since I posted. In September all the artists from the 619 Western building had to move out of our studios because they were closing the building for retrofitting and viaduct demolition. Everything went into storage except for some acrylics, drawing supplies and watercolors. I've had to work out of my little 375 sq. ft. apartment and it's been quite an adjustment.
Slowly, I'm getting back into a regular practice, focusing more on exploring various mediums. This is the first painting I've completed since moving out of my work space. It's a little painting for a group show being held in Antartica. This is where I learned of the call for art.
I'm not comfortable with acrylic paint but am pushing myself to work with it because I can't imagine painting until I access new studio space.