I consider these paintings I do outdoors as something quite separate from what I do in the studio. The agenda outdoors is very different than the studio with an emphasis on the experience. I like to find weird spaces that offer different sounds and textures and to put myself in front of changing weather. And with all the talk about experience I do really enjoy the product. They're often organic, raw, messy things that exist as a record or translation of a moment in time. What else is there really?
I want to write more on outdoor painting, but I would love to hear some thoughts from others after all this is the kind of craft that comes with lots of shop talk about tools and methods etc so lets talk and trade.