Here are two small paintings from this morning's time outside.
And a little Wolf Kahn wisdom.
"The moment you know how to do certain things, you should by rights stop doing them. You would be ceasing to search and starting to perform. You would become your own expert, and your art will become an exercise in self-congratulation. Once a particular procedure has become general, there is trouble in the making. Our practice must remain open-ended. It can’t become habitual. There needs to be a moment of surprise in every work, something that grabs the viewer (first of all, the maker) by the collar and won’t let him go."