Friday, February 26, 2010

March Plans


If you're sailing a perfect course don't steer deliberately into windy areas. I've picked up the pictures from Jobling Gowler and will now enjoy quietly painting a few pictures over the next few days.

A new month means new goals and I missed a few in February, partly because of time lost due to computer failure. On my list for March; underpainting two pictures and glazing another two (I won't paint at full speed until April), finish the drawing for "The Quest For Pity...", design others "The Net" and a Romeo and Juliet painting, and transfer several others including colour studies (inc. The Annunciation, detail of the drawing shown). Set up the Cubby Hole exhibition and enter the RBSA Spring Open, design pictures for the MOMA Wales contest and the Derbyshire Open, frame the John Moores picture, sketch out a new album of some sort because I did woefully little in February, release The Infinite Forest on iTunes, compile more sound effects for indiesfx, plan or execute a small series of epoxy resin pictures about Pandora's box, and the usual commitments; poem a day etc. That should be enough although there are about 50 other things I'd like to fit in. If only months were 60 days long!

6 comments :

Kathy said...

Whew! I'm worn out just by reading about all your activities. I hope you've scheduled time to "stop and smell the roses."

-Don said...

Kathy, you know there's no rest for the wicked!

Mark, I love what you're doing with the fish. Cool!

-Don

Kathy said...

Don - how true! I should know ;-)

Mark Sheeky said...

Console yourself that there's no rest for the good either!

-Don said...

Nice try, Mark... You're not fooling me. :-D

Mark Sheeky said...

It's true! A little red angel whispered it to me... from my left shoulder!