Time, After Time (Oct 2015/2018)   Acrylic, gouache and colored pencil on 31 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)    In October of 2015 I painted one 12 x 9 inch painting every morning for the entire month. I gave myself one hour to complete each painting. This experiment became the catalyst for my year long project  Yearbook  (2016).  This past October (2018), I revisited the paintings from 2015 and painted an additional hour on each painting for every day of October. I was was curious to see what happened by painting them on the same day, in one hour, but three years apart.

Time, After Time (Oct 2015/2018)
Acrylic, gouache and colored pencil on 31 canvases
12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)

In October of 2015 I painted one 12 x 9 inch painting every morning for the entire month. I gave myself one hour to complete each painting. This experiment became the catalyst for my year long project Yearbook (2016).

This past October (2018), I revisited the paintings from 2015 and painted an additional hour on each painting for every day of October. I was was curious to see what happened by painting them on the same day, in one hour, but three years apart.

   Time, After Time (Oct 2015/2018)   Acrylic, gouache and colored pencil on 31 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)    In October of 2015 I painted one 12 x 9 inch painting every morning for the entire month. I gave myself one hour to complete each painting. This experiment became the catalyst for my year long project  Yearbook  (2016).  This past October (2018), I revisited the paintings from 2015 and painted an additional hour on each painting for every day of October. I was was curious to see what happened by painting them on the same day, in one hour, but three years apart.

Time, After Time (Oct 2015/2018)
Acrylic, gouache and colored pencil on 31 canvases
12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)

In October of 2015 I painted one 12 x 9 inch painting every morning for the entire month. I gave myself one hour to complete each painting. This experiment became the catalyst for my year long project Yearbook (2016).

This past October (2018), I revisited the paintings from 2015 and painted an additional hour on each painting for every day of October. I was was curious to see what happened by painting them on the same day, in one hour, but three years apart.

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