Up Late: Filling Empty Space

Our living room wall. Notice anything off? i mean besides the piles on my sewing machine.

Our living room wall. Notice anything off? I mean besides the piles on my sewing machine.

I finally managed to get art hung up on our living room wall. And it only took three years. But the important thing is it’s done. As you can tell from the picture above, there is a big, blank space. My husband was a big apprehensive about arranging an entire wall of art based on a piece that hadn’t even been started yet. Understandable. Nut he has some faith in me and just went with it. So tonight I figured I owe it to him to just get started. And that’s just what I did.

An application of water and extending medium.

An application of water and extending medium.

Squeezes of paint, colors chosen at random.

Squeezes of paint, colors chosen at random.

Some dribbles and splashing...a good start.

Some dribbles and splashing…a good start.

Not too bad, but it needs one more thing.

Not too bad, but it needs one more thing.

Finished off with a little flake salt. Just like the best drinks.

Finished off with a little flake salt. Just like the best drinks.

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