I am continuing my Yupo painting explorations. Everyday I work on two or three paintings. Why? Because paints on Yupo dry very slowly; water has to evaporate, as the synthetic support does not absorb any moisture. While a section on a painting is drying, I work on something else on anther painting. I go for puddly, spontaneous, watercolory look in these paintings, but they are actually painted slowly, patiently, and in stages. How do you like "Poppy Dreams"?
By the way, I found a great quote by Claude Monet: "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers." He took words right out of my mouth! I can paint flowers everyday for months without running out of inspiration!