"It is never to late to be what you might have been." George Elliot
I am a late bloomer; there's just no denying it. Has it been an interesting path that has brought me here? Sure, some of it, but parts of it were dry as the desert floor. The thing is, fast or slow, exciting or dull, the time has past and here I am, knocking on creativity's door. I do struggle to learn the technology that will allow me to connect with others, and feel a bit bad, deep down, that it took me so long to find my place, but if I don't start now yet another ten years will pass me by. I am moving, Mr. Elliot, toward what I might have been.
With that said, today on day 2 of the 30 day painting challenge, my offering is a 6x6 mini abstract. I had some fun and relaxed a bit as I mixed, experimented and played. I learned a few things, and while this probably isn't my favorite piece ever, I may just turn this little guy into a journal cover. Actually, my intention was to do just that when I decided to join this challenge--create small paintings that I would be able to re-purpose.