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Held at Butterfly Beach along Channel Drive across from the Four Seasons Biltmore Hotel, the lecture began with a thumbnail sketch, then articulating the process and importance of designing the composition; like creating a road map for the sub conscious.
Using a warm and cool of each primary color and white, advancing the colorist theory achieving vibration through the juxtaposition of warm and cool colors. Creating the entire painting on the palette first, then laying then blending masses together on palette for the purpose of achieving color harmony.
Along the way, editing patterns; simplifying, then weaving the masses together like tapestries and holding to the principle of using one brush stroke instead of 50. I'm thinking, "poetry, not prose," and applying the paint as briskly as possible in order to capture the light before it changes.
One must paint as if their house is burning down.