I don't know if I explained the "Peggy Mural" reference. When I put this large canvas up, I stared at it for probably a week before any ideas started to come. And it reminded me of Ed Harris in the film "Pollock" when he stared at his blank canvas before he went ballistic and did Peggy Guggenhiem's mural in one night. Though there are doubts that it happened that way. But the overriding truth is, that's the way it is. The blank canvas. One stares, contemplates, visualizes then finds the the way in.
I've got some activity going on in the "Peggy Mural" canvas. Love working large. It's been a bit cold in the main studio, so I've installed a 4'x4' drawing board in the heated studio annex, i.e. The basement. I'll be posting those drawings soon.