There are those times though when I “scale down” my work to 40 x 30 cm and to 30 x 20 cm.
It all depends on the subject and the reason for the painting in the first place.
I find smaller works quite challenging and rather time consuming. In fact, I can spend as much time on a smaller painting as I would on my “standard size”.
One has to “say more with less” in a small work. Every stroke counts, as does accuracy.
Today’s photo is of 4 “small’ paintings on Canson paper. All were challenging, but rewarding. The top right painting won me a prize.
Maybe size isn’t everything after all!