Today's post doesn't exactly fall into the category of an Art Tip. But it's on my mind. A fellow artist & I started a conversation a few months ago about "unfinished" work. Personally, I love stopping short of defining everything. I think that my "unfinished" works sometimes say more about me as an artist than the finished pieces. It feels like a fresher approach but does that matter to the buyers & should I care? My friend felt that there was a market (albeit, an educated market) for this type of work. Or does it once again come down to the right collector for the right piece?
I always know the point when I have crossed the line. It's exactly 1 minute too late. Then I kick myself for going past the point of no return.
Now that I've starting painting abstracts it's possible that's where I'll satisfy my soul. Maybe the art tip today is to keep searching & stretching yourself artistically.