Picture the biggest dream you can think of.
And then think bigger.
When I create art, I tend to stick to pretty small canvases.
(My sketchbook is 5×7 … inches)
This week, I painted something much. bigger.
(The plywood was 6×8 … feet)
For the record, it wasn’t my idea.
… well, I guess it kind of was. You know those murals of wings that people take photos in front of?
[insert google image search here]
I’d offered to draw those kinds of wings on a wall, with chalk, for an event in downtown Fall River, Mass.
But the person I was working with suggested I paint them instead…
Enter a 6×8-foot section of plywood, a tonnn of paint, and lots and lots of time.
It felt overwhelming.
But all it took was one brushstroke at a time.
It was the same process of painting I’ve done a million times before — just … scaled up.
And choosing to not limit myself.
Think outside the box.
You’re capable of more than you know.
If you’re a dragon fan, find your own Skorchie the Dragon gear HERE.
Anddd if you’re near Fall River, Mass., stop by and take a photo with the wings yourself, check out the map below — I’m told they’ll be up for a while 🙂
(and please tag meeeee in your photos!!!!)
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