In this painting, you can see 16 figures plus Christ in the center who blesses them. Organ improvisation in the video below tries to convey the character of this painting.
1. To paint only on weekends, when you have time, inspiration, orders or exhibitions planned.
2. To paint every day, dispite your mood, time available, plans for exhibitions or orders.
If you had to choose only one path, which one would it be?
Ironically, if you relentlessly focus on the art of painting, time, inspiration, money and fame tend to take care of themselves.
In this painting, the traditional theme of the sleeping enchanted princess with seven dwarfs is explored. In the video below, you will see my organ improvisation based on this painting.
If you say you have no time for painting, you are hiding. If this is what you are really born to do but hesitate to commit, you are robbing yourself of reaching your full potential.
The reason most people don't have time for painting is that they confuse doing urgent tasks with important tasks.
It's easier to do stuff that's urgent than the things that are important. Answering your email might be urgent, preparing that report might be urgent, but the things that help you grow are more important.
Start your day with doing what's important and you'll always have time for painting.
For some people, the answer to this question might be the same as to why eat every day?
1. What could you paint in 15 minutes?
2. What could you achieve if you didn't go without some practice of painting for 15 minutes every day for 1 year?
3. What would it take for you to do it?
The Battle of Grunwald (July 15, 1410) was a decisive battle between the Teutonic Order and the united forces of Lithuania and Poland (along with their allies) which crippled the Teutonic Order so much that it didn't really recover.
In this video, I hope you will feel the same dramatic atmosphere and character that is present in this painting. What fascinates me about it is that the two armies look like two living organisms (the Teutonic Order is on the right hand side). The brown equal background contrasts with the main figures full of fine detail. The army on the right is grey (together with its flag) and the other army - brown but with red, yellow and blue accents (primary colors).