When I paint I nearly always photograph my progress after each painting session. Depending on what else I am doing each day I may paint one or two sessions in a day. I find looking at the images on my computer allows me to separate myself and be more objective in my review of what I have done and what I might need to do next.
This blog post is the beginning of The Bakery. Nothing shown here is complete but I wanted to start with the distant wall since it will be the cool foil to what will eventually be a very warm painting. This image is so early in the painting process that determining any redirection isn't really needed at this stage.
I hope you enjoy my travel to the final painting as I share my progress in a series of blog posts. I won't post every step, but several so you get a feel for how a painting develops.
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