It took nearly a month to go from this to that. The good news is I'm nearly there. The other good news is that I am not sharing with a stranger, but with a peer from my Skowhegan days.
Matt deals to some degree in landscape too, but in a much more analytical fashion. So he should be an interesting companion in the studio. I'm happy that I can finally see my paintings again now that the clutter has been organized. I'm continuing the Prospect Park paintings I've been working on since last year, but also thinking of working with the figure in the landscape more and starting with artists and friends. It feels really good to have my studio back in some kind of order, useful once again, and closer to affordable than two months ago.